Cedars are among the most attractive evergreen trees. They have horizontal branching habits and bear large, upright cones. All are ideal as specimen trees.
Cedars all like a deep, loamy soil, well-drained but enriched with organic matter. Plant them in spring as small, balled-and-burlapped or container-grown plants, setting them in a sunny location. Cedars are remarkably free of serious insect pests. Keep your trees healthy by applying compost mulch and watering thoroughly during periods of drought to minimize damage.
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