Cedrus brevifolia 'Kenwith' / Kenwith Cypriot cedar

Cedrus brevifolia 'Kenwith'is a miniature, upright, tree form of Cypriot cedar with irregular stubby branching and extremely short, dark-green needles. Mature plants will look like natural Bonsai specimens, making for a perfect selection for small gardens. 'Kenwith' develops into an upright, tiny little tree, growing a little more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) per year, maturing at 12 to 18 inches (30 - 45 cm) tall after 10 years.

[Bob Fincham, Coenosium Gardens] This little gem originated with Gordon Haddow, a well known Scottish conifer collector at Kenwith Castle Nursery.

'Kenwith' was one of three plants selected in 2012 for inclusion into the ACS Collectors' Conifer of the Year Program.

Cedrus brevifolia 'Kenwith' Photo taken at Coenosium Gardens, Eatonville, WA and donated by Will Fletcher.
Photo by Will Fletcher

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