|C. atlantica, syn. C. libani subsp. atlantica is large evergreen tree, 40-60 foot tall, 30-40 foot wide, specimens over 100' tall are common in England. Resembles C.libani but has a taller crown, less dense branchlets. In youth it has a gaunt, open appearance but in maturity it is a picturesque, horizontally branched, flat topped tree, more attractive than most cedars. Foliage is bluish-green, to silvery blue. Cones are 3" long, sitting upright on branches, green when young, brown when ripe. It should be container grown and carefully transplanted, needs protection from harsh winds. Can be subject to tip blight, root rot, black scale and Deodar weevil. It is a beautiful specimen tree and several cultivars are available. Native to northern Africa.