Bermuda cedar standing strong
Here is a sight you donít see very often: a Bermuda cedar in the snow.
When we left Bermuda, we brought some seeds and germinated them.
The tree is now planted in our garden in Exeter, in the normally balmy climate of the South West of England.
We did not expect it to be frost-hardy, but the tree has withstood several winters, grown well and is now two metres tall.
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