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Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar

Cedrus atlantica ‘Glauca Pendula’ 



Revitalize your outdoor space with this low maintenance, weeping evergreen. The Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar is an eye-catching tree that will revive your landscape with no seasonal maintenance. Requiring no annual pruning or trimming, the Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar Tree is incredibly easy to maintain. Plus, it feature excellent drought resistance and only requires watering during periods of extreme drought after it’s established. Healthy Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar trees are also resistant to both pests and diseases. 

A true centerpiece to any landscape, the Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar tree reaches a mature height of just 10-15 feet with gracefully pendulous branches, making it perfect for even smaller yards. The blue-green foliage of this evergreen covers the weeping branches for all-season interest. As the tree grows and matures, the trunk twists up and over, adding a quirky appeal. 


Plant your Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar tree in an area with full sun and well-draining soil. For the best establishment of this tree, plant in spring or fall. Simply dig a hole 2-3 times larger than the root ball, place the tree, and backfill the dirt. As you backfill the dirt, be careful not to compact the soil.  


The Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar is drought resistant and only needs water during periods of extreme drought once it is established. To establish, water deeply twice a week for 1-2 months.  


You may use a slow-release fertilizer when planting the Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar tree. Fertilize in the spring for a stronger, healthier tree. 


Occasional pruning to thin overcrowded branches is not necessary for your Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar to thrive but may be beneficial to ensure healthier growth. 

Growing Information DiamondLawnCare 
Mature Height: 10-15 ft 
Mature Width: 15-20 ft 
Sunlight: Full to Partial Sun 
Bloom Time:  
Growth Rate: Slow 
Grows Well in Zones: 6-8 
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