This large evergreen is native to the mountains of central and southern California, Oregon, and Nevada and easily adapts to many other western climates. Bark is reddish-brown and the dense narrow, pyramidal crown consists of attractive, rich dark green foliage in flat sprays. Makes a nice wall, wind break, or screen.
Calocedrus decurrens (Libocedrus d.)
Fruit color : Yellowish brown to red-brown
Fruit shape : Cone-shaped
Leaf fragrance : Yes - Pungent
Bark color : Reddish-brown
Leaf texture : Glossy, soft
Leaf color : Rich dark green
Flower notes :Insignificant.
Foliage growth cycle : Evergreen
Average size maturity width : 10-15 ft.
Average size maturity height : 70-90 ft.
Growth rate : Slow-Fast
USDA Zone : -20 to -15 F( Z5a)
Sunset zone : 2-12, 14-24
Water requirements : Moderate
Light exposure : Partial Sun
Attractive bark :Yes