AppearanceThe Bermuda cedar is an evergreen tree growing up to 15 m tall with a trunk up to 60 cm thick and thin bark that sheds in strips. The foliage is produced in blue-green sprays, with the individual shoots 1.3–1.6 mm wide, four-sided in section.
The leaves are scale-like, with an inconspicuous gland. They are arranged in opposite decussate pairs, occasionally decussate whorls of three. Juvenile plants bear needle-like leaves 4–8 mm long. The cones are irregularly globose to broad pyriform, soft and berry-like, green at first, maturing bluish-purple about 8 months after pollination. They contain one or two seeds.
The male cones are 4–6 mm long and begin yellow, turning brown after pollen release in early spring.
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