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Cedar, Northern White – 6-12″ (3-0)
Northern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis) is a slow-growing, small to medium sized tree reaching heights of 25-60 feet. Northern white cedar is shade tolerant; however, it grows best in full to partial sun. It prefers moist, well-drained organic soils. It also grows well on dry, upland sites. Deer rely heavily on northern white cedar, which can pose a problem for establishing this species.