Atlantic white cedar

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Noun1.Atlantic white cedar - slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United StatesAtlantic white cedar - slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States; resembles American arborvitae
cedar, cedar tree - any of numerous trees of the family Cupressaceae that resemble cedars
Chamaecyparis, genus Chamaecyparis - a genus of Chamaecyparis
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Evergreen manzanita (Arcfostaphylos x densiflora 'Austin Griffiths') and dwarf Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Iceberg') fill in near the house.
(Atlantic white cedar), a species that, in Alabama, is currently only known from Baldwin, Mobile, Washington, and Escambia counties.
Community attributes of Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) swamps in disturbed and undisturbed Pinelands watersheds.
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.
Atlantic white cedar swamps, pitch-pine lowlands, and red maple swamps add to the diversity of the site and provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species including yellow-throated warblers, mink, beaver, white-tailed deer, and butterflies.
A subvariety, known as the Atlantic white cedar, is found along the East Coast from Maine to South Carolina.
* Eucalyptus, Boston-ivy Parthenocissus and a number of conifers such as juniper luniperus, Arborvitae Thuia, and Atlantic White Cedar Chamaecyparis--to name a few.
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.

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