The atlas cedar is so named because it is native to the Atlas mountains in Algeria and Morocco.
They do not occur in the wild in North America, though they are planted in yards.
Identification: These cedars reach up to 120' (36 m) in the
Atlas mountains, but are usually half that size when planted in North America. This cultivar
has needles with a blue/gray/green color, and a low, mounded shape, remaining only a few feet