Within the Cedrus deodara article...

'Raywood's Prostrate Dwarf'

A prostrate, ground-covering selection with pale blue-green needles, to 15 x 120 cm after ten years. It was first found in Tasmania, before 1990 (Auders & Spicer 2012). According to Auders & Spicer the needles are both shorter and stiffer than is typical of the species, which must cause us to treat the identity of the parent species with a modicum of suspicion.


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