Cedar belongs to gymnosperm and is produced in western Himalayas, western Asia, and Africa. Its plant can grow up to 30 meters in height. It will bear fruit in a certain period of time and its cones will become reddish-brown. Cedar has high requirements on soil. When planting, you can mix pastoral soil, rotten soil, and river sand to prepare soil. Such soil is very fertile.
Cedar belongs to the family Pinaceae and is often planted as an ornamental tree species. People often ask whether cedar is a quilt or a naked body. Cedar is a naked body. It likes to grow in a mild, cool climate, and it does not have high temperature requirements. Cedar has strong cold resistance and is produced in the West Marathon, West Asia and Africa.
Cedar is an arbor. The plant can grow up to 30 meters in height and up to 3 meters in diameter at breast height. Its needles are very hard and can reach a maximum of 60 cm. Its bark is mostly dark gray and its branches are mostly grayish yellow. . Cedar will bear fruit at a certain time. Its cones are pale green before maturity and red-brown when mature.
Cedar has high requirements for soil, and it likes to grow in deep, well-drained acidic soil. When planting, it can be mixed with pastoral soil, rotten leaf soil and river sand to prepare soil. Cedars are easily infected with pests and diseases during the growth process, and plant and disease control measures must be taken when planting to prevent the plants from being invaded by pests and diseases.
Cedar grows fast. Pruning the branches of the plant on a regular basis when planting, and lightly with each pruning to prevent damage to the healthy branches of the plant. When pruning, the weak branches and unused branches are cut off. When planting cedar, the potting soil needs to be changed according to the size of the plant. Usually, the planting pot can be replaced every spring.