white cedar


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Related to white cedar: Thuja occidentalis, Eastern white cedar
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small evergreen of eastern North America having tiny scalelike leaves on flattened branchlets

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For Douglas-fir, the available combinations were two heartwood/old growth and two heartwood/second growth; for white cedar, two heartwood/old growth and two heartwood plus sapwood/old growth; and for tamarack, two heartwood/ second growth and two heartwood plus sapwood/second growth.
This new production will gradually be added to that of Maibec's Eastern white cedar shingle plants in St.
Floodplain Forest White elm Green ash Manitoba maple Basswood / linden Cottonwood Peach-leaf willow Deciduous Forest, Parkland Aspen poplar Balsam poplar Green ash Bur oak Mixed and Coniferous Forest Aspen poplar Jack pine White spruce White birch Balsam fir Red pine White pine Coniferous Bog, Swamp Black spruce Tamarack / larch White cedar Table 3 Wood and charcoal remains from 19th-century archaeological sites and houses in the Red River Settlement.
Fat, dwarf Atlantic white cedars (Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Heather Bun') enclose the 10-foot-wide dining area, while ornamental grasses, shrubs, and perennials define the 12-foot-wide seating space.
mm acqua leaves skin aromatically scented with top notes of sliced ginger, star ruby grapefruit and white pepper, middle notes of warm nutmeg, Egyptian jasmine and skin musk while balancing perfectly with bottom notes of Texas white cedar, Haitian vetiver and Bois de Encens.
The fragrance dries down to a warm base of white cedar, soft vetiver and skin musk that lingers on the skin.
Now, thirty years later, long, slender slats of unpainted white cedar extended along the gallery floor in several directions.
Pine, hemlock and white cedar can soak for 20 to 24 hours, but other species may soak up chemical more rapidly.
UPTON -- Frank Evans, 91, of Marlboro sat Wednesday morning beneath the towering white cedar trees at the Civilian Conservation Corps camp headquarters in Upton State Forest and marveled at the forest's growth from the hip-high saplings he saw there in the 1930s.
I've tried different types of trees over the years--red cedar, white cedar, white pine, red pine, poplar, blue spruce and white spruce--all with good success, but I always ended up going back to the white pine.
Dotted among the 1,800 acres of steep hills, creeping bougainvillaea, cacti, white cedar trees and the occasional roaming goat - a legacy from the pirates who introduced them to the island for milk and meat - there are three magnificent cliff-top villas available for hire: Falcon's Nest, Crow's Nest and Eagle's Nest, with sweeping views of Sir Francis Drake Channel.
Dotted among the 1,800 acres of steep hills, cacti, white cedar trees and the occasional roaming goat (a legacy from the pirates who introduced them to the island for milk and meat) are three magnificent cliff-top villas available for hire: Falcon's Nest, Crow's Nest and Eagle's Nest with sweeping views of Sir Francis Drake Channel.
Eastern white cedar cladding from Manitoulin Island adorns the upper portion of the facility, and wood is used throughout the building.
Existing stands of Atlantic white cedar should be considered for protection by state and federal agencies that are responsible for saving our rare and valuable natural resources.
It took craft owner Nuala three hours to carve the PatCat out of white cedar wood sourced from a local sawmill.