The deodar is a consecrated tree in the northwestern Himalayas that has been planted broadly as an elaborate in Europe and North America. It is a transcending, stately conifer with a striking appearance; its expressively pointed and hanging branches influence it to resemble an aware tree from a charmed woods.
One could envision a deodar getting its massive roots and striding forward, similar to an Ent from The Lord of the Rings. A thick timberland of them in Kashmir must appear to be spooky surely in the mid year moonlight. Deodars shade numerous yards there, and give a place-name: Deodara Drive. Two hundred of the conifers line Santa Rosa Avenue, and inhabitants string them with lights each December, making Altadena’s “Christmas Tree Lane,” a well known yuletide goal. Gleaming lights additionally embellish tall deodars amid the occasions in adjacent San Marino on St. Albans Avenue. A couple of squares away, the Huntington Library and Gardens is home to some great deodars planted in 1912, as indicated by botanist Jim Bauml.