Lebanese Cedar tree
Cedars of Lebanon
The ancient reputation of the Cedars of Lebanon is known worldwide. As a symbol of the history of Lebanon, we would like to help commemorate it's existence, assure its continuity and support the inspiration it offers.
"Cedrus Libani", the Latin name for the Cedars of Lebanon holds in it an image of the rich history of a near-timeless earth. The Cedars of Lebanon are the most famous cedars. The width of their enormous trunks, with their furrowed gray bark, can reach 15 meters in circumference. Moreover, Cedars may grow up to 40 meters and live for about 3000 years, which is why they are labeled îimmortal╣.
Lebanon and its cedars live a wonderful love story and are life-long partners. Lebanon's name and Lebanon's identity is tightly related to the cedars.
As you know, the Cedar's image is printed on Lebanon's flag, stamps, currency, auto plates and medals of honor.
However, danger of survival surrounds this ancient tree.
So please get involved! Save a species facing extinction!
Plant your own 'royal' Cedar!
WONDERFUL OCCASIONS TO BUY A CEDAR: - Plant a cedar whenever a baby comes into the world in your family for what better symbol to wish her/him a long life than the cedar..the îmillennium tree╣. Plant a cedar , whenever there is a marriage for what better symbol of eternal love than the cedar? Take a cedar with you as a gift from Lebanon whenever you travel for what better messenger to tell the story of Lebanon than the Cedar.
BUT BUT DON'T FORGET:
PLANT YOUR OWN CEDAR SO THAT THE HOMELAND OF THE CEDARS RETAINS ITS NAME!
HOW WHEN TO PLANT A CEDAR: Autumn is the best season to plant Cedars. However you can plant them during the hot seasons as long as you water them weekly.
Cedars can grow in any soil, but aerated soil suits them best.
In Lebanon for example you can plant Cedars starting from 400m altitude.
We guarantee that the tree you purchase from us is a "Cedrus Libani" and we wish to remind you that whenever you buy a cedar you participate in the planting and maintenance of cedars all around Lebanon.