White Cedar



White cedar prefers cool, moist, nutrient-rich sites that are slightly alkaline.   It will survive in low, swampy, or wet sites, but cannot tolerate dry areas. It is often used for hedges and other types of border or shelter plantings

Stands of northern white cedar also are valuable for wildlife habitat, particularly in severe winters for white-tailed deer and other mammals, which use it for both shelter and browse.

1-2 foot seedlings