Western Red Cedar

Thuja plicata

£14.00 £12.00

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About the Western Red Cedar

Highly valued for its rot resistant wood, this tree is also a valuable, attractive ornamental. When planted close together, they can be sheared to make an attractive screen. It is found in most natural settings in the Pacific northwest. Unlike the douglas fir, it can be planted among other established trees to add screening since it is tolerant of some shade. Can be used near moisture as long as some dry soil exists on the top of the moist soils. It is also known as Giant Arborvitae. Arborvitae is Latin for “Tree of Life.” It was the most important tree for indigenous peoples. They used its wood for their longhouses and totem poles and its bark was processed to make clothing, hats, baskets and much more…

Western Red Cedar Availability

Plant ID Size Quantity Price
ThP1
1 gallon
388
$10.48
ThP15
15 gallon
9
$120.00
ThP2
2 gallon
49
$22.98
ThP3
3 gal.
0
$32.98
ThP5
5 gal.
18
$42.98
ThP7
7 gal.
0
$54.98

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