Cedrus atlantica – a coniferous tree that grows up to 40 m in height, forming a wide pyramidal treetop. The leaves are needlelike, bluish green, assembled into tufts. In our country, it is often grown as an ornamental tree in parks and larger yards. It is suitable for warm habitat, a loose soil rich in lime. It thrives well in areas of mild climate and humid atmosphere. It is resistant to urban pollution.