White Cedar Transplant
Also known as Eastern arborvitae or Northern white-cedar. It is a native tree growing to 50 feet tall, the crown narrowly conic to broadly pyramidal, with spreading, densely crowded branches; branchlets flattened, in fan-shaped sprays.
Current sale size: 4 year old bare root transplants, 24-36".
Due to limited availability, there is a limit of 50 per customer.
Growth Rate: Slow (0-8" / year)
Soils: Loam, Clay
Moisture: Moist to Wet
Shade Tolerance: Full to Part Sun
Mature Height: 40-50 ft.
Deer Damage Potential: High
Uses: Lumber/Veneer, Wildlife, Windbreaks, Borders
USDA Plant Profile