Cedar trees are evergreen and are part of the pine tree family. Western red cedars can grow to 200 feet tall and are among the largest trees in North America. The Eastern red cedar produces yellow or green blooms in wint... More »

A cedar is a large coniferous tree that typically grows in a pyramidal shape. Cedar tree leaves stay green year-round, and some female trees in the species form cones. Cedar tree bark is reddish and aligned in vertical r... More »

The growth rate of cedar trees depends on the specific species, but most varieties grow 1 or 2 feet during each growing season. The growth rate is slower during their infancy, but it gradually increases as the tree matur... More »

Cedar trees grow well in areas with good full sunshine and in well drained-soils that include acidic and alkaline, sandy, and clay. In the U.S., the Eastern cedar tree, known as the "Juniperus Virginiana," grows mostly i... More »

Red cedar is also known as juniper, and the Latin name is Juniperus virginiana. These trees are native to North America and are evergreen. They can grow up to 40 feet tall and 20 feet wide. More »

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Cedar trees, canary pine trees and Japanese blueberry trees are fast-growing evergreen trees for warmer climates. Cedar trees are hardy and tolerant of heat and poor soil. The bark is dark red and the tree grows vertical... More »

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To transplant a pine tree, cut its long roots, remove existing vegetation from the transplant site, dig the planting hole, dig up and transplant the tree, plant it, cover the roots, and water the tree. This three-month p... More »