Weeping form of the Cedar of Lebanon, an evergreen conifer that, with age, develops a massive trunk, a flattened top and broad spreading horizontal branching. It is native to mountainous areas of Lebanon, Syria and Turkey. Lower branches typically remain on the tree as it ages, often touching the ground. Will be a wide, mounding plant with lots of character. Needs some room, but if you have a spot, this is one of the most interesting and dramatic of the dwarf conifers.