Supply cedar 1-6 meters high
Arbor, up to about 30 meters in height, up to 3 meters in diameter at breast height; bark dark gray, split into irregular squamous pieces; branches flat, slightly oblique, or slightly drooping, with persistent bud scales at the base reflexing outward, and branchlets often drooping One year, the growing branches are pale grayish yellow, densely short fluff, slightly white powder, the second or third year branches are gray, light brown gray or dark gray. The leaves are radiantly extended on the long branch, and the short branch leaves are clustered (new each year) 15-20 pieces of leaves), needle-shaped, hard, pale green or dark green, 2.5-5 cm long, 1-1.5 mm wide, the upper part is wider, the apex is sharp, the lower part is gradually narrow, often triangular. The sparse dorsal spine is obvious. There are 2-3 stomata lines on both sides of the ventral surface of the leaves, and 4-6 stomata lines on the back. The stoma lines are white powder when young. The male cones are oval or oval-shaped, 2-3 cm long. , Diameter about 1 cm; female cones ovoid, about 8 mm in length, about 5 mm in diameter. The cones are pale green before maturity, slightly white powder, red-brown when ripe, oval or broadly oval, 7- 12 cm in diameter, 5-9 cm in diameter, rounded at the apex, with short stalks; scaled fan-shaped triangular in the middle, 2.5-4 cm in length, 4-6 cm in width, wide rounded at the upper part, and curved inside. Central wedge-shaped lower portion of the ear, the base of the claw, scales back dense velutinous; bracts short!