Native Americans denominated it the “Tree of Life”. Needles are soft and green, with spreading flat sprays of overlapping scales at the ends of short, ascending branches.
|Habitat||Extremely common evergreen tree or shrub, used often as a specimen, in hedges or for privacy. The small cones open up to look like small flowers and appeal to birds.|
|Leaf Description||Inconspicuous, separate male and female flowers. Tiny oval seed cones mature from yellow to light brown. When cones open they look like little roses.|
|Light Source||Partial Shade, Sun|