Eastern Redcedar | The Living Urn

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The Living Urn® System with Eastern Redcedar Seedling

$ 129.00

Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn

$ 129.00

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The Living Urn™ for Pets ships now; Eastern Redcedar seedling will arrive in the Spring planting season - why?

What’s Included

Everything you need to grow a living memory:

  •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
  •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
  •    - Premium Growth Mix
  •    - Aged Wood Chips
  •    - Planting Instructions
  •    - Premium Eastern Redcedar Seedling

    Eastern Redcedar cannot be shipped to AK, AZ, CA and HI due to state restrictions.

    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn

    About

    The Eastern Redcedar tree is a common sight throughout most of the plains states and eastern United States. This beautiful tree is also aromatic, with its reddish wood giving off the scent of cedar chests and crushed fruit providing a whiff of the gin they once flavored. This hearty tree is famously tolerant to heat, salt, and a wide range of soils and other adverse conditions.

    Wildlife

    Birds are very fond of the berries of the Red Cedar. The Cedar Waxwing, a grayish brown bird, takes its name from this tree whose fruit is its favorite food. The twigs and foliage are eaten by browsers. Also, the evergreen foliage provides nesting and roosting cover for sparrows, robins, mockingbirds, juncos, and warblers.

    History

    The Eastern Redcedar is an ancient tree where fossil evidence indicates it covered large portions of the continent. The early Arthur Barlowe and Phillip Amadus were quoted as saying the trees were "the tallest and reddest cedars in the world" when they arrived at Roanoke Island in 1564. Colonial craftsmen relied on the wood from the Eastern Redcedar for furniture and fences as it had superior weathering capability and was easy to work with. Also, the wood is also known for its use in pencils for over a century until supplies became exhausted and the industry switched to more plentiful western cedars.

    Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn
    • Eastern Redcedar - The Living Urn

    The Living Urn™ for Pets ships now; Eastern Redcedar seedling will arrive in the Spring planting season - why?

    What’s Included

    Everything you need to grow a living memory:

    •    - Our Patent Pending BioUrn®
    •    - RootProtect™, Our Proprietary Ash Neutralizing Agent
    •    - Premium Growth Mix
    •    - Aged Wood Chips
    •    - Planting Instructions
    •    - Premium Eastern Redcedar Seedling

      Eastern Redcedar cannot be shipped to AK, AZ, CA and HI due to state restrictions.

      About

      The Eastern Redcedar tree is a common sight throughout most of the plains states and eastern United States. This beautiful tree is also aromatic, with its reddish wood giving off the scent of cedar chests and crushed fruit providing a whiff of the gin they once flavored. This hearty tree is famously tolerant to heat, salt, and a wide range of soils and other adverse conditions.

      Wildlife

      Birds are very fond of the berries of the Red Cedar. The Cedar Waxwing, a grayish brown bird, takes its name from this tree whose fruit is its favorite food. The twigs and foliage are eaten by browsers. Also, the evergreen foliage provides nesting and roosting cover for sparrows, robins, mockingbirds, juncos, and warblers.

      History

      The Eastern Redcedar is an ancient tree where fossil evidence indicates it covered large portions of the continent. The early Arthur Barlowe and Phillip Amadus were quoted as saying the trees were "the tallest and reddest cedars in the world" when they arrived at Roanoke Island in 1564. Colonial craftsmen relied on the wood from the Eastern Redcedar for furniture and fences as it had superior weathering capability and was easy to work with. Also, the wood is also known for its use in pencils for over a century until supplies became exhausted and the industry switched to more plentiful western cedars.

      The Living Urn System with Eastern Redcedar Seedling

      $ 129.00

      has been successfully added to your cart . Feel free to continue shopping or check out .

      About

      The Eastern Redcedar tree is a common sight throughout most of the plains states and eastern United States. This beautiful tree is also aromatic, with its reddish wood giving off the scent of cedar chests and crushed fruit providing a whiff of the gin they once flavored. This hearty tree is famously tolerant to heat, salt, and a wide range of soils and other adverse conditions.

      Wildlife

      Birds are very fond of the berries of the Red Cedar. The Cedar Waxwing, a grayish brown bird, takes its name from this tree whose fruit is its favorite food. The twigs and foliage are eaten by browsers. Also, the evergreen foliage provides nesting and roosting cover for sparrows, robins, mockingbirds, juncos, and warblers.

      History

      The Eastern Redcedar is an ancient tree where fossil evidence indicates it covered large portions of the continent. The early Arthur Barlowe and Phillip Amadus were quoted as saying the trees were "the tallest and reddest cedars in the world" when they arrived at Roanoke Island in 1564. Colonial craftsmen relied on the wood from the Eastern Redcedar for furniture and fences as it had superior weathering capability and was easy to work with. Also, the wood is also known for its use in pencils for over a century until supplies became exhausted and the industry switched to more plentiful western cedars.

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      Unlike Evergreens, which we ship year-round, Seasonal trees are shipped in early to mid-Spring and again in the Fall and are sent according to your local climate and this year's weather. This is done to be sure your tree is planted at the optimal time. Also, to be sure that your seedling arrives in a strong and healthy condition, we need to ship Seasonals when they are dormant in the Spring and Fall. Send us an email to info@thelivingurn.com or call us at (800) 495-7022 with questions or for more information regarding the delivery date of your tree.

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