Atlantic White Cedar
Tree with a dark green crown. Grows straight. Thin, red-brown bark. Leaves are bluish green and cover twigs. Small cones mature in the first year, pollen is shed in the spring. Grows along streams in the pinelands and in swamps.
|Pollen shed earlyil to mid April
|Cones mature the first season and persist at least a year
|Global and State Rank:
|Commercially available landscape plant?
|3.3 to 5.5
Water Needs of Plant: