Cedrus deodara, the Himalayan or Deodar Cedar, makes a truly spectacular specimen, forming a large conical tree that demands plenty of space to be truly appreciated. Its spreading branches are cloaked in evergreen, needle-like foliage. Each branch tip has a gently weeping habit, making a majestic silhouette in the landscape. Mature trees may bear upright, oval cones that mature slowly from green to brown, and can reach up to 12cm (5) long. Awarded a prestigious RHS AGM, this regal conifer makes a fine specimen tree for larger gardens, and requires virtually no maintenance once established. Height: 40m (130′). Spread: 10m (30′).