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Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani) potted tree, organic

$15.00$40.00

Family:  Pine (Pinaceae)

Hardy to Zones 5 to 9

Evergreen tree native to the Mediterranean and capable of reaching a height of 130 feet.  Mentioned 75 times in The Bible.  The strong and aromatic wood of this stately tree has been extensively used in construction, historically used for providing masts for the ships of the Phoenicians, framework for the pharonic tombs and King Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.  The bark was used medicinally for treating leprosy, and the heartwood is distilled to make an expensive healing essential oil.  Tree prefers full sun to part shade and is highly adaptable, growing in various soils.  One large individual that we planted on our farm in the early days was nearly consumed by goats, but bounced back (we used comfrey poultices) and is now over 100 feet tall, with an impressive spread of branches.  This tree is good energy no matter where it grows or how it is used.  We are glad to offer it up!

Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani) potted tree, quart-size, certified organically grown

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  1. Question

    Jamie (verified owner)

    Where is the counry/state of origin where you acquire the Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani) potted tree, quart-size, trees?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hi, the trees are grown from seed at our nursery here in Williams, Oregon, USA.

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    John

    The last image shown has an upward cone like appearance and is very full. That is not something common in Lebanese cedar trees. Were your original seeds cross germinated with another cedar tree type?

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      No, that is a picture of a huge tree we have on our land. the quart-size trees were grown from seed from Lebanon. I think all of them are correctly identified and hybrid cedars would be unlikely.

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    • Susan Beaty

      I have sev apple and a pear tree. How far away does this need to be planted from those fruit trees. Hopefully can get.

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      30 feet or more

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    Elizabeth Dollahan

    Can it be kept potted for a season

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    • Diana

      Diana

      Hi Elizabeth,
      They are very nicely sized up at the moment, can be kept potted and should be potted to a gallon on receipt. Hurry, these are getting low in stock!
      Richo

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    BH

    Can a single Lebanese Cedar create cones on its own or does it need another one nearby for cross-pollination?

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      Richo Cech

      Admin Richo Cech

      These are self-fertile but as with most trees, when picking seeds for propagation purposes, it is best to collect from several trees of the same species and mix the accessions together.

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    Sherri McCalla

    What size are these C. libani?

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      Richo Cech

      Admin Richo Cech

      These are 4-year-olds from seed, they are about 18 inches tall, very nice. r

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      John

      Hi, how did you originally source your tree? Being Lebanese I know it is almost impossible to get anything from a cedar tree besides blanks, out of Lebanon.

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      Richo Cech

      Admin Richo Cech

      Hi John,
      Probably so these days but the tree propagates easily from seeds and the original seeds came from Lebanon. Now we have large trees on our land and can collect our own seeds.
      Richo

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    • topasef

      I’m so surprised to see these trees! I had no idea that they were still a species and available! Can’t wait to get some for our new farm when we find it! We’re in NE Ohio…can we grow them? Thank you for sharing them! Too Cool!

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Yes, these are good down to a zone 5 Ohio. We wish you well in finding just the right farm. r

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    • Janine

      I’m in Oregon. Near your nursery so. These should do well hea

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      the cedar of lebanon are very likely to work well.

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    • Karri Walzer

      Would this work as an indoor plant? I live in Utah and I am in zones 1-5

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      Hello Karri,
      Sorry, no, these are large cedar trees that need to live outdoors.
      Richo

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