Eastern White Cedar

The Eastern White Cedar is an evergreen coniferous tree that belongs to the Cupressacea family. It is mainly found in Canada and North America and is known as the "Tree of Life" for its medicinal properties, spiritual significance, and resilience. These trees can grow up to 12-15 meters tall or appear as shrubs. They have evergreen scale-like foliage that is dark green on top and light green on the bottom. Additionally, they produce small cones that are approximately 1-2cm in size, which turn from fresh green to dark brown. The cones contain the cedar seeds. This tree has a red-brown or gray-brown bark that has a distinctive aromatic scent.

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Name(s):
Eastern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis)
Name(s):
Eastern white cedar

Name(s):
Thuja occidentalis

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