Are blue cedar berries poisonous?
Similarly, it is asked, are the berries on a cedar tree edible?
Like other Juniperus species, the red cedar has small blue berries. Red cedar berries are not the most aromatic of the juniper berries, but they are edible and used for making teas and flavoring meats.
Also, is Cedar poisonous to humans? Some varieties of Cedar are completely food-safe and will give your food a delicious smoky flavor, but others won't impart any flavor (and can even be poisonous). There are multiple species of Cedar, some don't taste that great but are safe, and some are neither safe nor tasty.
Similarly, it is asked, what are the blue berries on cedar trees?
Eastern Redcedar, Juniperus virginiana. This “cedar,” like most of the many other trees given that name, is not a cedar at all. It's a juniper. And despite having round, blue fruits that look just like berries and not at all like cones, eastern red cedar is a conifer.
Are cedar berries and juniper berries the same?
Cedar berries are a type of juniper berry and neither of the two is a berry at all in common sense of the word. Instead of being fruit, cedar berries are actually very small seed cones similar to pine cones. They have a similar appearance to berries.