Abby’s Plant of the Week – Horstmann Blue Atlas Cedar

Abby is kooky for our one-of-a-kind Plant of the Week! The Horstmann Blue Atlas Cedar is a smaller version of the stunning Blue Atlas Cedar, and is perfect for compact gardens or landscapes. Slowly growing to a height of up to 10’ and a width of up to 6’, the Horstmann can easily hold its own as a specimen, or provide texture in borders or mass plantings. The icy blue foliage and irregular growth pattern of this evergreen tree offer a striking contrast to your leafy trees and shrubs, and its size allows it to be planted close to foundations.

The Horstmann needs full sun, and once established, is heat and drought tolerant, only requiring occasional watering. It is resistant to many types of pests and disease, as well as urban pollution, and hungry critters like deer tend to stay away from it. On top of being a hardy tree, The Horstmann Blue Atlas Cedar will make a truly gorgeous and unique addition to your landscape. Right now all sizes are on sale for 20% to 50% off! Come see one in person or check our online inventory for quantities, sizes, and prices.