Having trouble identifying a particular tree you would like to incorporate in your landscape design?
Why not pay a visit to your local arboretum. They do a fantastic job of labeling their trees and plants.
As indicated on the sign, the scientific name for the Eastern Arborvitae, Sherwood Moss is Thuja occidentalis.
Cedar trees provide contrast to the natural stone used in the feature wall behind.
Dead foliage from the cedar trees lays on the forest floor between the rocks.
This large cedar is suffering from some branch dieback.
Stroll along this pleasant boardwalk, through the cedar tree forest.
Cedar trees are able to grow in very rocky terrain with very little soil.
Apple orchard lies beyond the cedar split rail fence.
Photo taken through the cedar trees as the sun sets across the lake.
This cedar tree provides a cozy home for some forest animal.
These cedars have been trimmed to maintain their globe shape and provide an accent feature to the stone wall in this landscape design.
Cedar Trees have been planted close together to form an 8 foot privacy hedge.
These cedar trees have been planted closely together to form a hedge for added privacy.
These wood utility poles can be seen along residential streets and are used to carry electricity, telephone and cable services to our homes.
Southern yellow pine is the most widely used species in the United States. Other species include Douglas Fir, Jack Pine, Lodge Pole Pine, Western Red Cedar, and Pacific Silver Fir.
Old cedar tree trunk washed up on the shores of Wolfe Island.
Increase curb appeal by using cedar trees in pots as part of your landscape design.
Nicely trimmed white cedar trees create a privacy hedge or natural screen in landscape design.
Cedar landscaping design using white picket fence with row of mature cedar trees behind for backyard privacy.