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Eastern White Cedar

Thuja occidentalis


The eastern white cedar is a relatively small, hardy slow growing tree, it typically reaches up to 15 meters tall. It is native to North America and can be found throughout Ontario, usually in swampy areas where the rock underneath is limestone. It usually lives for about 200 years, but can occasionally live much longer. Also known as the ‘Tree-Of-Life,’ First Nations used Eastern White Cedar in teas to prevent scurvy.


Scaled leaves of the Eastern White Cedar


Red squirrels eat the fruit of the White Cedar


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