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Re: red vs white cedar


I`ll agree Eastern Red Cedars are more resilient as when I was growing up 
in Ohio I can many times remember them being bent entirely in half to the 
ground when covered with heavy snow. They sure make a great picture in my 
mind remembering what they looked like.

Randy Emmitt
Rougemont, NC

At 09:20 AM 11/2/00 -0500, Derb Carter wrote:
>About 20 years ago I planted several white cedars around a pond at my
>parent's house in Fayetteville.  I also planted several red cedar in a more
>upland area.  Both grew well but ice storms eventually took down all the
>white cedars.  The reds have thrived and seem more resilient at least where
>ice storms are a concern.