Usefulness and services of the tree :
Features and characters of the individual
This Lebanon cedar grows at the edge of Astrid Park, by the pathway. Its fragrance attracts those walking by, stopping at the foot of the tree to play, because its sturdy horizontal branches close to the ground are perfect for climbing into its crown. It’s hard to resist! Yet, its already lost two of its lower branches: is it from people swinging on it? Its crown is also more understated on the side of the path than on the lawn-side... almost as if it’s trying to keep a low profile. Higher up, it has found more freedom and balance.