Eastern Red Cedar
Eastern Red Cedar is a large, dense native evergreen generally seen throughout the eastern United States. Eastern Red Cedar is indigenous to most of the eastern seaboard and midwest which means it is ideally suited for most growing conditions and areas.
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Eastern Red Cedar is a large, dense native evergreen normally seen throughout the eastern United States. Eastern Red Cedar is indigenous to most of the Eastern seaboard and Mid-West which means it is programmed to grow in our region. It’s foliage is dark blue to green and turns bronze in the winter. Female plants produce an abundance of grayish green berries that are eaten by birds and other wildlife. Eastern Red Cedar has a high salt tolerance and can handle just about any soil type so they are safe to be planted by a road where salt is used in the winter. They can be used as a native privacy screen and are an essential plant to any Native garden or landscape in the Northeast. It is also known as Juniperis virginiana.