Foto tomada a la 1 pm.
Clima muy fresco, soleado.
Mide dos metros aproximadamente.
Textura áspera, color verde oscuro.
Foto tomada a las 3 pm.
Mide aproximadamente 2 m de altura.
Color de sus ramas verde oscuro.
NOT 'aurea'! Grounds of Hospital.
struck by lightening the previous day - there was a photo in the newspaper and went around to see if I could find the stricken tree! less than a week later it was all cut down and tidied up! only a stump now! all stages of 'flowering/fruiting' present.
Cedrus deodara 'Mylor'
Cedrus deodara 'aurea'
A tall old cultivated trees in the garden southeast of the Forbes building of Lincoln University.
I was able to look it up on a GIS map of Berkeley Campus Trees
Two of these large specimens were seen at banktop level. They appear to be about 30 meters tall and around a century in age, possibly planted here in the rebuilding of Santa Rosa after the Great Earthquake. In those days federal assistance was not really needed, and local people did 99.99 percent of the rebuilding without federal or state aid.
Cedrus deodara (deodar cedar, Himalayan cedar, or deodar; Sanskrit देवदारु devadāru, Hindi: देवदार devadār, दारूक dāruk; Urdu: ديودار/دیار deodār; Chinese: 雪松 xue song) is a species of cedar native to the western Himalayas in eastern Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, northern India (Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttarakhand), southwesternmost Tibet and western Nepal, occurring at 1,500–3,200 m (4,921–10,499 ft) altitude. It is a large evergreen coniferous tree reaching 40–50 m (131–164 ft) tall, exceptionally 60 m (197 ft) with a trunk up to...