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Himalayan Cedar Bonsai Tree (cedrus deodara)


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Himalayan Cedar Bonsai Tree (cedrus deodara)
Conifer cone and bearing with reddish - brown barrel shaped cones. Has silvery green needles with cream hued tips evergreen with an amazingly soft texture. Mature foliage is gray-green. Hardy. Keep outdoors.


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