Top of a Himalayan Cedar cone.
This tree is located near the UW farm along stevens way. They can reach heights of 40 feet and live for hundred of years. This cedar has bright greed needles that are in bundles. The new growth in the needles are a brighter color than the older ones.
Cone-like shape. Has dark green needle-like leaves. Branches droop downward at the tips.
About 53 feet tall. Full sun.
Deodar Cedar aka the Himalayan Cedar is an evergreen and member of the Pinacaea family. Identifiable by bundles of bright green needles, about 20-30 per cluster, and fist sized cones that shatter and spread around the ground beneath. Deodar Cedars have a similar drooping posture to Hemlocks and are often used as urban trees because they can handle compacted soils (Brockman Tree Tour).