- On trees, traces of life in dead of winter
- Cedrus atlantica var. glauca has been lovingly planted on these shores since the mid-19th century. But as a majestic specimen in its own space it's superb.
- Green your garden for St Patrick's Day
- Cape Town - March 17 is St Patrick's Day, when it is customary for those with Irish roots to be “wearing of the green”. For those in northern hemisphere countries, green can be seen when the new leaves of spring open, and later, as spring turns to summer.
- The trees a garden writer would put on his 'Fantasy Flora' team
- Cedrus atlantica var. glauca is not novel; it has been lovingly planted on these shores since the mid-19th century. But as a majestic specimen in its own space it's superb.
- Spectacular Dandenong Ranges garden takes outdoor play to new level
- The screen is hidden by rocks and purifying plants, including ferns, native poa grass, Carex glauca, sedums, dichondra and native violets. A choice of pools is all part of the fun. Don't forget the marshmallows!
- PEG TILLERY | Think about growing roses this Valentine's Day
- In my own garden I currently have two Cecil Brunner climbing roses, a climber called Rosa glauca, and shrub roses originally marketed as "Flower Carpet Roses" in shades of pink, deep red and coral. I've also added several miniatures in the past few years.
Glauca is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Glauca books and related discussion.