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Plant Name:

Incense Cedar

Scientific Name:

Calocedrus decurrens


Incense Cedar is an evergreen conifer with aromatic foliage and reddish-brown bark.


Mountainous regions, well-drained soils


Incense Cedar provides habitat and food for various bird species and small mammals. The tree's bark and foliage are utilized by certain bird species for nesting materials. The seeds are consumed by wildlife.

Growing Conditions:

Incense Cedar thrives in well-drained soils and full sun.


Incense Cedar is used for timber, fencing, and ornamental purposes.

(please exercise caution and consult additional sources or experts before consuming any vegetation):


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Fun Facts:

Incense Cedar has cultural and historical significance among Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest. The wood is highly resistant to decay.

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