Wilderness next to us

Juniperus oxycedrus

This is a characteristic example of the Juniperus oxycedrus tree (prickly cedar tree) called κέδρος, άρκευθος ή οξύκεδρος. η Greek. You can see this tree at the very edge of rocks, at places that the possibilities to see something alive are small. As it grows very little every year, this one can be easily of 100 years old.

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