I thought I was finally getting the hang of cedars this year, but I'm surprised by the tag on this tree at VanDusen Botanical Garden, and I'm wondering if the ID is wrong, or if not, what should I be noticing that would make me see this tree as Cedrus libani? Here's a photo of the tree in question on the right, which is tagged Cedrus libani, and a tree tagged Cedrus libani ssp. brevifolia 'Trevoro' a bit toward the background on the left, which I recognized as a Cedrus libani. In contrast with that, I thought the tree on the right was Cedrus deodara. I'm noticing the drooping leader(s), and bark that looks just like what I see on Wikipedia for C. deodara. I saw another C. deodara in the garden with much longer needles, but the length of these (around 3cm) still fits the description I found somewhere but have now lost. Here are a few photos of the C. libani ssp. brevifolia 'Trevoro'. Maybe this cultivar is not typical of the libani, but it looked close enough for me to guess the species. I've looked for bark photos, but it doesn't seem so simple for libani, as they seem to sometimes have smooth bark, as shown here, and sometimes crevassed peely-looking bark as shown in this Wikipedia photo. I didn't see a libani bark photo that looked like the tree in question.