That was a sign of heavy rain In the foot-hills and beyond, for the deodar is a strong tree, not easily shaken from the hillsides.
Above 6000 feet are to be seen the rhododendron, the deodar and other hill cypresses, and the beautiful horse-chestnut.
His lessons may be read on the parterre, in the flowers of the purple magnolia, the deodar, the rhododendron.
The slopes were nearly bare, a few trees of the deodar and Gerard's pine only occurring occasionally.
There in peace and plenty are the sequoia, the bamboo, and the deodar.
The forest at the base of this ascent was principally composed of deodar and Gerard's pine.
Below the village lands the road entered a forest of deodar, and continued to descend rapidly.
Pinus Gerardiana gradually diminished in number during the ascent, and at last disappeared about the same time as the deodar.
The hill guides usually employ large splinters cut from the deodar cedar.
The pines were principally Pinus excelsa; silver fir and spruce also occurred, but I saw no deodar nor Gerard's pine.