Where does cedar grow in Canada?
Consequently, where do cedar trees grow best?
Cedar Species and Growing Conditions
- California incense cedar (Calocedrus decurrens) is found in USDA plant hardiness zones 5 through 8, although it grows best in zones 6 and 7.
- Eastern red cedar is among the most adaptable cedar trees, growing in USDA plant hardiness zones 2 through 9.
Subsequently, question is, are Cedars native to North America? Cedar (Cedrus), also called "true" cedar, is a coniferous genus and species of trees in the plant family Pinaceae. These conifers are not native and for the most part have not naturalized to North America. The most common of these you will see are Cedar of Lebanon, deodar cedar, and Atlas cedar.
Just so, where does most cedar wood come from?
The cedar tree is native to the Himalayas and countries around the Mediterranean, but it can be found in many parts of the world with mild climates. True cedar trees have no varieties native to the U.S., but people plant them for ornamental purposes.
Can Western red cedar grow in Ontario?
The Western Red Cedar, one of the giant, long-lived trees of the west coast, is hardy in southern Ontario. Grows bigger and faster than eastern cedars, but can be pruned to any size. Grows in any soil type, in full sun or part shade. Scientific name: Thuja plicata.