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Incense Cedar
... Incense Cedar Incense Cedar Calocedrus decurrens This rapidly tapering 100-160 foot tree grows from 2500-6000 feet elevation. ...
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Trees of Reed: Incense Cedar
... Trees of Reed: Incense Cedar Incense-cedar Scientific Name: Calocedrus decurrens Family: Cupressaceae This fast growing tree is native from Mt. Hood to northern Baja, California. Although not a true cedar, it is the one used most often to make cedar chests. The male cones of this tree are bright yellow and ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Calocedrus decurrens (Incense Cedar, California Post Cedar) Catalog
... etc.) Updated July 14, 2005 Incense-cedar, California Post Cedar (Calocedrus decurrens) Family: Cupressaceae (Cypress) A Note from Wally: I grow Calocedrus decurrens (Incense-cedar, California Post Cedar) and many other Northwest Native ... Tahoe used small limbs of the incense cedar for bows. In more modern times, when the supply of eastern red cedar ran short, incense cedar made up almost the entire ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Calocedrus decurrens Incense Cedar Catalog
... Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Calocedrus decurrens Incense Cedar Catalog WALLACE W HANSEN Native Plants of the Northwest Native Plant Nursery & Gardens 2158 Bower ... by Staff Writer Jennifer Bosvert. The Leyland cypress is the incredibly successful hybrid between Alaska-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) and Monterrey cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa). In the late 1800s the hybrid was ...
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Cedar
... cedar" used as fragrant red cedar woodwork). Eastern white cedar and Western red cedar aren't Cedrus either, they're arborvitae - Thuja occidentalis and Thuja plicata, respectively. Incense cedar ...
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Floridata: Cedar, Cedar or Cedar?
... Orford cedar. Changing color now, we find the term white cedar used for the western North American Calocedrus decurrens, which is also called incense cedar; Chamaecyparis thyoides, native to coastal eastern North America; and Thuja occidentalis of the eastern United States. White cedar ...
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Forest | American Forest Biome
... , singly or in combination, comprise a plurality of the stocking. Common associates include white cedar , tamarack , birch , maple and hemlock . Elm-ash-cottonwood forest map Forests in which elms , ... Jeffery pine , sugar pine , limber pine, Arizona pine, Apache pine, Chihuahua pine, Douglas-fir , incense-cedar, and white fir . Western white pine forest map Forests in which western white pine ...
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F@B
... were selectively logged from 1873 to 1879 after which there was abundant regeneration of sequoia, incense-cedar, and white fir. In 1964, UC’s Prof. Harold Biswell established some plots at Whitaker ...
nature.berkeley.edu

PNW Conifers--Genus page
PNW Conifers--Genus page To learn about the common conifers found in the Pacific Northwest, click onto each genus name. On each genus page you will find descriptions of the species that occur within each genus that are native to this region. Cypress Douglas-fir Giant Sequoia Hemlock Incense-cedar Juniper Larch Pine Redcedar/Arborvitae Redwood Spruce True Cedar True Fir White-cedar Yew
oregonstate.edu

false cedars genus descriptions
... (Calocedrus, Thuja, Chamaecyparis) "False cedar" is a name commonly used for 3 separate but similar ... incense-cedar (Calocedrus) All members of this genus have cones shaped like a duck's bill when closed, and a flying goose when open. For more information on the incense-cedar ... see p.16 of "Trees to Know in Oregon". white-cedar or false cypress (Chamaecyparis) All members of this genus have small, ...
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