Cedar Trees
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cedar lebanon

Zone Old Springs Hall, Old Springs, Market Draytonn TF9 2PE | Robert Lee added on April 5, 2017 | Answered

We have a vast parkland spreading nearly 30 acres. I would like to introduce a cedar Lebanon into the parkland with other already established none-conifer trees. Neither my wife or I are specialist gardeners, however my Princess believes trees of a similar genre should be together, under this scenario this Mr Cedar Lebanon would remain a bachelor, would be all alone and sad. I disagree. Can you referee please! Thank you

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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on April 7, 2017

I would first determine if you are in zones 5b through 10a for a Lebanon Cedar.
Full sun with well draining soil is needed.
These species are difficult to transplant, so either start from seed or small seedlings.
They are slow growing and can reach up to 100 feet in height.

You may only want one of the big trees in your park!

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/cedar/growing-lebanon-cedar-trees.htm

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