SEEDS FOR NEW YORK

Red cedar
(Juniperus Virginiana)

Red cedar

Juniperus Virginiana

Why we chose it for New York

Evergreen tree native to North America. Eastern juniper is a pioneer species, which means that it is one of the first trees to repopulate cleared, eroded, or otherwise damaged land.

Quick Facts:

Plant type
Rapidly growing tree

Plant height:
27 m.

Growing conditions
Clay, loam, chalk, sand

Location
Outdoor

Season to flower
Black flowers present in late winter/ spring

How to plant

Plant in a pot indoors with soil, add water. Seed can be sown outdoors in fall. These seeds are heat tolerant.

SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGE

We invite you to join us in planting the seed of hope: deepen your relationship with nature, protect and wonder at our vast Earth.

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