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Golden Deodar Cedar Trees for Sale Online
Golden Deodar Cedar tree is a large, pyramidal evergreen with attractive golden-yellow new foliage that matures to a golden green on graceful, arching branches. The densely branched growth develops a more open-branched habit as it ages, and adds a highly artistic element to any landscape.
|Mature Height:||45 to 50 feet tall|
|Mature Width:||20 feet wide|
|Foliage Color:||Golden Yellow|
|Soil:||Very tolerant of dry soil types.|
How to Care for Golden Deodar Cedar Tree
Never plant Golden Deodar Cedar deeper than originally planted in the pot. As a rule we always say that before you mulch you should still be able to see the soil from the original pot. Planting to deep can cause rotting of the stem and death to the tree. Golden Deodar Cedar are very drought tolerant, however they grow very slow without adequate water during the initial establishment period. Staking young trees is recommended to minimize the stress on the stem from winds blowing the tree. When tying trees to stakes remember the tree will continue to grow. Loosely tie the tree with several twist ties to allow for growth. Check trees every three months and loosen as needed. If this is not done, the twist tie will grow into the tree causing injury. A Pro tip that I can offer is to use a short length of old garden hose and run the tie wire through the hose. this will protect the trunk of the tree from being damaged by the tie wire. The one question that comes up often when talking to customers is "when is the best time to plant."? For the most part, container trees can be planted year around, provided the ground isn't frozen. Below Virginia many nurseries and Christmas tree growers field plant year around, weather permitting. When planting a potted tree, remember the only water source the tree has, is its small root ball, and all the water the tree uses must come from them until new roots can grow into the surrounding soil. New trees should be watered twice weekly (Minimum), under hot drier conditions possibly more. Care should be taken not to over water. More trees die from over watering than under.