Southern British Columbia has had more rain than usual lately. If you are worried about the new cedars that you just planted, fear not. The cedars like having damp roots, and they continue growing in the winter.
Two of the most common evergreen hedge trees on the Lower Mainland are Emerald Cedars and Western Red Cedars. Not everyone would even be able to tell them apart, but there are differences between them. In this blog article, we are going to go over the differences between them for you.
If you have recently planted Emerald Cedars or Western Red Cedars, you may be wondering what if anything is necessary to do to prepare them for winter. There are not a lot of requirements for getting your new trees ready for winter, but we will go over with you, here, the basic needs.
When planting a cedar hedge, you may be wondering how close or how far apart the trees should be planted. There are a couple of considerations here: how fast you want your wall of cedars to fill in and which variety you choose.