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Incense-cedar

Philip M. McDonald

Incense-cedar

by Philip M. McDonald

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Incense cedar.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Philip M. McDonald].
    SeriesAmerican wood
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16026014M


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West 4th Avenue, Vancouver BC M-FSatSun () ~ Hours, Location & Contact Info At least one book (North American Trees, Preston and Braham, ) does refer to this species as the Pencil-Cedar, but I didn’t not come across this designation elsewhere. The Incense Cedar is native to the continent, but is only found in Oregon, California, Nevada, and Baja ://   Comments: Incense Cedar is favored for use in wood pencils due to its softness and ease of cutting without any splintering.

(Historically, Eastern Redcedar was used for pencils, but limited supplies of the wood—and consequently higher prices—have caused it to become displaced by Incense Cedar in modern times.) Related Species: None :// Incense cedar is native to parts of Oregon and California and likes the dry summers that we can offer it, but it’s obviously adaptable to wetter, more humid conditions in the East.

Dirr reports an footer in Athens, Georgia and a footer in Chapel Hill, North According to the Sunset New Western Garden Book the incense cedar grows in zones andexcluding only the low deserts of the southwest, and will tolerate poor soils.

The incense cedar is a slow starter. In the first 2 years the incense cedar trees here in the nursery will only reach a   cedar, red cedar Uses Medicinal: A decoction of the leaves was used to treat stomach troubles (Moerman ).

Steam from an infusion of incense cedar bark was inhaled in the treatment of colds (Ibid.). The bark was used to make baskets and the twigs were used to make brooms. Economic: Incense cedar has aromatic wood that resists decay and :// Brochure on the differences between Incense Cedar and Western Red Cedar.

Brochure on the differences between Incense Cedar and Western Red Cedar. Brochure on the differences between Incense Cedar and Western Red Cedar. Search. About Contact Collection Buy.