The eastern red cedar, or Juniperus virginiana, is an evergreen tree native to the eastern portion of North America, and it is the most commonly found evergreen in that region. From Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, the tree can be found growing wild in each of the United States east of the Great Plains. It also is a popular landscaping choice and can be used as a windbreak or privacy hedge. This tree not a true cedar tree it is a variety of juniper. Its many thin branches curve sharply upward are covered in dark green, scaly leaves that might turn reddish or brown in the winter. Female trees produce blue juniper berries, full sun 15-50' tall x 20-25' wide in 40 years Zones 6-9
copy of Cedar, Blue Atlas
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