Eastern white cedar is a coniferous tree that is very long-lived. It is common in the northern forests of eastern Canada, particularly in Ontario and Quebec. Its soft needles and deep green foliage make it an attractive tree for hedges and gardens. This tree enjoys well drained soils and limestone rock. It is capable of growing over 1000 years old in the right conditions.
Germination: Cold-stratify for at least 30 days. Sow 2cm deep in moist soil, allow 2-3 weeks for seedling emergence. Generally, an easy species of conifer to grow even without cold stratification.
Packet contains at least 100 seeds.