Within the Cedrus deodara article...

'Deep Cove'

A small conical tree, to 3 x 1.2 m in ten years, raised before 1976 at the Floravista Gardens in British Columbia, Canada, by William Goddard. In spring the new growh is pure white, then becoming two-toned, and eventually blue-green. As with so many clones with pale new growth it is susceptible to sun scorch. (Auders & Spicer 2012; Hatch 2018–2020).


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