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Widdringtonia

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Widdringtonia - garden plants

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We have VERY RARE endemic cedar wood (Widdringtonia schwarzii) to buy

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Widdringtonia Top # 9 Facts

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Widdringtonia

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Cape Nature on a mission to save the Clanwilliam Cedar tree

Widdringtonia is a genus of coniferous trees in the Cupressaceae. The name was Austrian botanist Stephan Endlicher's way of honouring an early expert on the coniferous forests of Spain, Capt. Samuel Edward Cook or Widdrington (1787-1856). There are four species, all native to southern Africa, where they are known as cedars or African cypresses.
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