eastern red cedar

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Synonyms for eastern red cedar

small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles

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The truth is that aromatic cedar isn't cedar at all.
Yellow-cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis), also referred to as Alaska-cedar, is a fine-grained, short-fibered, aromatic cedar found along the northwest coast of North America.
The excellent Seigneurs d' Aiguilhe 2003 (Waitrose pounds 8.00) has fresh aromatic cedar, with lovely structure and length.
The continued popularity of the Chinook Cedar Plank and Caddy can be attributed to its dramatic and unique oven-to-table presentation and to the sweet, woodsy flavor that the aromatic cedar gives to fish, meat, poultry, and vegetables.
HANDY Cedar Tie and Belt Keepers (pounds 14 each) made from aromatic cedar that protects clothes from moths and gives a fresh forest scent.
Two newer products from CFP's hardwood plywood plants include UV wood, a prefinished plywood available in three clear finishes, and aromatic cedar plywood, a cost-effective alternative to cedar paneling for closets and other clothing storage areas, the company says.
"We really began to see a need in the market," said Jay Wilcox, president of Woodlore, a manufacturer of aromatic cedar products.
I designed the boxes to hold eight sweaters apiece, and chose to build them out of aromatic cedar for both the smell it imparts to the clothing and its rumored moth deterrence.