One to Tree

The Cedar of Lebanon is now considered a vulnerable tree, usually found in Eastern Mediterranean countries. It was introduced to Britain around 400-years ago, usually found as parkland trees like this one in Shropshire.

The trees have many spiritual associations and can also symbolise, for some communities, both strength and resilience. It doesn’t flower until it is around 30-years of age and can live for 1,000 years or more.

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