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false cedars genus descriptions
... Northwest has four species of trees that are called cedars, but none of them are truly cedars. In fact, they don't even resemble true cedars. True cedars belong to the genus Cedrus and bear their ... seeds are ripe (similar to our true firs). True cedars are native only to the Mediterranean and Himalayan regions of the world. The Pacific Northwest's false cedars have tiny, scale-like foliage and ...
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Western Red Cedar
... -like leaves belongs to the group of evergreens known as "arbor vitae" and are not true cedars. They grow to 195 feet and are the trees favored by Northwest Native Americans for ...
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Trees of Reed: Cedars
... Cedars Cedars Genus: Cedrus Family: Pinaceae These are the "true" cedars. None of them are native to Oregon, but they have ... are merged or written with hyphens to distinguish them from the true cedars listed here. Cedrus atlantica Atlas Cedar Native to the Atlas mountains ... are a soft, light green color. The fastest growing of the cedars, its drooping tip makes it recognizable on the skyline. Deodars ...
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Trees of Reed: False Cypresses
... to the true cedars, which are in the Pine family (Pinaceae). These trees are called "false cypresses" because they are in the Cypress family (Cupressaceae) but not in the true cypress genus, Cupressus. The common names are written with hyphens to indicate that they are not true cedars or cypresses. Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Port-Orford- ...
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Arnold Arboretum - Self-guided conifer tour
... means that they lose their needles each fall and develop a new set each spring. True cedars (Cedrus sp.) and larches (Larix sp.) bear short needles arranged in clusters or whorls. Pines ...
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Cedar
... Western or Atlantic white cedar, which are actually considered false-cypresses (why not false-cedars?) These distinctions, in the case of Cedrus, are mind-bogglingly important. The watering ... have scaly, frondlike foliage when mature (family Cupressaceae). All true cedars originated in the Old World - the Mediterranean and the Himalayas. Cedars are large evergreen trees with grey bark - smooth at ...
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Cedar of Lebanon
... tree takes on a more open form with age. Like most true cedars, it does not like to be transplanted, and prefers a pollution- ... cultivars) of true cedars. The others are Atlas cedar C. atlantica, Deodar cedar C. deodara and Cyprus cedar C. brevifolia. Most other "cedars" are of the ... part leaf mould, 1 part loam and 1 part coarse sand. Cedars need good drainage, since they do not tolerate wet soil. ...
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Evergreen Gardenworks Descriptive Catalog: Carpinus, Cedrus, Chaenomeles
... 4 INCH POTS $6 Cedrus (Cedar) S\D\-10? to 0\Ls\B Evergreen trees. True cedars are native the Mediterranean and the Himalayas. They are easy to grow, tough, drought resistant ... very valuable for bonsai. True cedars, Cedrus species, should not be confused with so called false cedars, Chamaecyparis and some Juniperus species. For more information see the article Cedars for Bonsai 2150 Cedrus atlantica ...
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Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest False Cedars Native Cedars catalog
... Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest False Cedars Native Cedars catalog WALLACE W HANSEN Native Plants of the Northwest Native Plant Nursery & Gardens 2158 Bower ... (Ordering, etc.) Updated July 14, 2005 Identification of False Cedars There are no true cedars native to the Pacific Northwest, and the false cedars are sometimes easily confused. Here is a brief summary of ...
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Questions On Cedar
... be concerned about cedar apple rust? The cedars would be southeast of the apples. There are very few cedars in our area. (e-mail reference) A ... By cedar trees I assume you mean junipers, as I am sure that true "cedars" (Cedrus spp.) do not grow in either of our states. Success ... trees? I have noticed that the bugs prefer the light green cedars over the dark green. (Winner, S.D.) A: From studying the ...
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