Published on March 28, 2012 by Amy
‘Glauca’ features silvery-blue needle like foliage and a tidy upright in form that is perfect for a variety of landscape situations. It provides outstanding cover for a myriad of native songbirds while providing food in the form of copious small blue berries. Easy to grow and tolerant of poor soils.
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old fields, pastures, roadsides, balds, and margins of swamps from southern Quebec to southern Ontario, Minnesota and southern Iowa south to Texas and Florida.
The Eastern red cedar is a valuable commercial tree. The heartwood is reddish-brown and aromatic and is commonly used for cedar chests and closets because it repels insects. The wood is also used for interior finish, fence posts, poles and pencils.