Cedar of Lebanon
About Cedar of Lebanon at OSU's Landscape Plants site
Native to mountains of Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon.
Can reach over 120’ in height.
Needles are longer and less lush than Atlas cedar. Color is light green (new growth) to dark green (old growth).
Female cones are larger than Atlas cedar; there are fewer on tree.
Branching is more layered than other Cedrus species.
Very rare in Portland. #6 was probably planted some time in the late 19th century by Henry Miller, one of Portland’s first florists.
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Private, Side Yard
This tree is at the corner of SW Howards Way and SW 20th Ave.