Western Red Cedar
With its pyramidal shape and gracefully drooping sprays of foliage, Western Red Cedar is an icon of the Pacific Northwest. An important riparian restoration tree that provides shade, stabilizes stream banks and creates habitat, it is also a valuable landscape feature with major cultural significance. Considered fast growing, it can gain up to 2′ a year once established.
- Mature height: 130′ to 200′
- Mature width: 25′ to 60′
- Light conditions: part shade to shade
- Soil: moist
- Sold in bundles of ten bare root-plants, 12″+ tall
- $12.50 per bundle
Bare-root plants are dug when they are dormant and are sold with sawdust around the roots instead of soil.