Himalayan Cedar

Scientific name : Cedrus deodara
Other names: Català: Cedre de l'Himàlaia , Česky: Cedr himálajský , Dansk: Himalaya-Ceder , Deutsch: Himalaya-Zeder , Español: Cedro del Himalaya , Suomi: Himalajansetri , Français: Cèdre de l'Himalaya , Magyar: Himalájai cédrus , Italiano: Cedro dell'Himalaya , 日本語: ヒマラヤスギ , 한국어: 개잎갈나무 , Latviešu: Himalaju ciedrs , Norsk: Himalaiaseder , Polski: Cedr himalajski , Português: Cedro-do-Himalaia , Русский: Кедр гималайский , Slovenský: Céder himalajský , Slovenščina: Himalajska cedra , Türkçe: Himalaya sediri

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Wintergreen, up to 50 m high conifer, with a large trunk of up to 3 m diameters, crown of pyramidical shape; Leaves are needle-like, mostly 2.5 – 5 cm long, occasionally up to 7 cm long, 1 mm thick, borne ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Himalayan Cedar


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