Cedrus brevifolia

Cedrus brevifolia, the Cyprus cedar, is a species of conifer in the genus Cedrus. It is native to the Troödos Mountains of central Cyprus. Cedrus brevifolia is endemic to a very small area in the Troodos Mountains of western Cyprus; its very small population is prone to fire.

Cedrus brevifolia, first described 19by Henry John Elwes (18– 1922) and Augustine Henry (1857–1930), is commonly known as Cypriot . Find help information on Cedrus brevifolia Cyprus cedar from the RHS. Evergreen coniferous tree that can reach up to m. Virginia Water, Windsor Great Park, United Kingdom, 3.

Learn more about the Cedrus – with amazing Cedrus photos and facts on ARKive. Thumbnail #of Cedrus brevifolia by palmbob; Thumbnail #of Cedrus brevifolia by palmbob; Thumbnail #of Cedrus brevifolia by growin; Thumbnail #of . Despite the lack of paleontological data for C. Cedrus brevifolia, or Cyprus cedar, is rare and grows only on the island of Cyprus. With age, it develops an umbrella-shaped crown and has the shortest of all . This little tree was sold to me unmarked for $50; the nurseryman said it was a Cedrus brevifolia, years ol and grew so slowly it would be . A relatively small tree, which is open branched and broadly conical. They were uploaded by one of the top contributors to the .

It is native to the Troödos Mountains of central .

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