Western Red Cedar – bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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Western Red Cedar – bundle of 5 bareroot plants

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Thuja plicata is a very large tree, ranging up to 213 to 230 feet tall. Trees growing in the open may have a crown that reaches the ground, whereas trees densely spaced together will exhibit a crown only at the top, where light can reach the leaves. It is long-lived; some individuals can live well over a thousand years, with the oldest verified being 1460 years.

Thuja plicata is among the most widespread trees in the Pacific Northwest. It is associated with Douglas fir and western hemlock in most places where it grows. It is found at the elevation range of sea level to a maximum of 7,510 feet above sea level at Crater Lake in Oregon. In addition to growing in lush forests and mountainsides, western red cedar is also a riparian tree, growing in many forested swamps and streambanks in its range. The tree is shade-tolerant and able to reproduce under dense shade. 

Plant Form: P-1 Bareroot 12-18", 500-2000 ft elevation

USDA NRCS Plant Guide

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