The Q&A Archives: How Much Is Consider Slow Growth

Question: blue atlas cedar- how many inches or feet is considered slow growth?

Answer: You might expect a Blue Atlas Cedar to grow faster early when it is young than when it is older. Its overall growth rate however is considered to be slow, which according to Michael Dirr's "Manual of Woody Landscape Plants" is 12 inches per year or less. Actual performance of course will vary depending on the growing conditions.

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