The Cedar of Lebanon Pendula is a graceful variant which has a thin, column shape and long, stiff, blue-green needles. Branches are long and droop. It will grow to a height of 40’-60’ after 40 years. At maturity the crown will take on a flat top appearance. Bark is grayish brown with a speckled appearance. Male flowers are erect catkins, yellow brown. Female cones are purplish, and somewhat resinous. They are held erect on the branches.