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Eastern Red Cedar Hedge

Juniperus Virginiana

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Eastern Red Cedar Hedge2019-05-25T18:42:08+00:00
With one of the best drought resistances of any native conifer in the eastern United States, the Eastern Red Cedar is an excellent hedge choice for drier climates. Though it prefers moderately moist soils, the tree also tolerates a variety of different growing conditions, from humid swamps to more arid environments.
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The fine-textured foliage of this durable conifer causes it to form a very dense hedge with routine pruning.

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The fine-textured foliage of this durable conifer causes it to form a very dense hedge with routine pruning.

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eastern red cedar growing conditions

    eastern red cedar facts

    The Juniperus Virginiana is a columnar evergreen conifer with a fluted base and horizontal branching that can grow up to 65 feet tall in the wild. The unique bark is colored gray to reddish-brown, shredding into long thin strips on mature trees, and the scale-like foliage is a stately dark blue-green. Also check out Scarlet firethorn & Rocky mountain juniper. Explore different types of hedges. You can also Know more about hedges.

    Deer Resistance:YES
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    Sunset Heat Zones:1 - 24
    USDA Hardiness Zones:2 - 9
    Watering Requirements:Moderate
    Growth Rate:Moderate
    Mature Size:Up to 12’ height and 12’ width
    Sun/Shade:Full Sun
    Drought Tolerance:Yes
    Pest/Disease Issues:
    No serious insect or disease problems. Susceptible to twig blight, scale, mites and bagworms.

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