Cedrus atlantica glauca

The Atlas Cedar is native to the Atlas mountains of Morocco. It can reach up to 40 metres (130 feet) high. This one is around 12-14 metres (40-45 feet) tall. It lost a large limb when younger but has recovered its shape well. They have attractive blue/green tight knit needles. More tolerant of hot, dry conditions than most conifers. They are commonly grown in cultivation as an ornamental tree and grown in France for timber.