One of the simplest ways to identify a cedar tree is by looking at its distinct bark. All types of cedar trees have a reddish-brown bark that peels from the tree in large strips. Cedar trees can also be identified by the... More »

A cedar tree has flat leaves that spray out into the shape of a fan, according to About.com. Small cones or pink flowers often are connected to the leaves. More »

To care for a cedar tree, mulch around the tree regularly and remove diseased branches from the tree. Little else needs to be done for this type of tree, including not watering it. More »

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Elm tree identification involves looking for distinct characteristics in the tree's leaves, stalks, seeds, shoots and bark. These parts vary based on the type of elm and look different in a healthy tree versus a diseased... More »

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Sources for tree bark identification include TreeBarkID.com. This site hosts a comprehensive list of trees that can be searched for bark identification photos. The site focuses on the best characteristics to consider whe... More »

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A cedar tree has flat leaves that spray out into the shape of a fan, according to About.com. Small cones or pink flowers often are connected to the leaves. More »

Transplant a cedar tree in late or early spring. Transplanting the tree when it is dormant increases the probability of the plant surviving the operation by minimizing the strain on the tree and roots. More »