Evergreen manzanita (Arcfostaphylos x densiflora 'Austin Griffiths') and dwarf Atlantic white cedar
(Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Iceberg') fill in near the house.
Existing stands of Atlantic white cedar
should be considered for protection by state and federal agencies that are responsible for saving our rare and valuable natural resources.
WINCHENDON - An agreement forged between a local landowner, the state and the Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust will save what may be the last stand of old-growth Atlantic white cedar
in the state.
Those of the Atlantic white cedar
are rounder while those of the Northern white cedar are flatter.
In New England, for example, consider replacing Norway spruce with Atlantic white cedar
, or northern white cedar underplanted with native hawthorns and alternate-leaf dogwood.
The 3,900-square-foot building is built of natural materials, including bark-on Atlantic White Cedar
siding and columns complemented by stained natural edge siding and wood shingle roof and local stone.
The exposed mud flats were then planted with bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) and Atlantic white cedar
(Chamaecyparis thyoides), with help from the North Carolina State University Department of Horticulture.
It can be used with the same non-grooved materials as the B-CLP1, but also includes Atlantic White Cedar
Comprised mainly of pine, oak and maple forests, 470 acres of wetlands that includes an Atlantic white cedar
swamp and flat grassland, FARNWR has identified and documented 40 vernal pools, over 650 plant species, 135 bird species, 25 mammals, 17 reptile species and 19 species of fish.
Atlantic white cedar
once flourished along the coastal plains, but its numbers were drastically reduced by extensive drainage and logging.
The Fish and Wildlife Service's Albemarle/Pamlico Coastal Program in North Carolina is working with the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge and North Carolina State University to restore an 18,000-acre (7,280-hectare) Atlantic white cedar
(Chamaecyparis thyoides)/bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) bog.
In addition to the bird species for which it is being recognized, Cool Springs is also home to other plant and animal species of importance to North Carolina like the longleaf pine, the Atlantic white cedar
, the eastern black bear and the fox squirrel.