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White Cedar

White Cedar is a type of tree that is native to North America. It is known for its fragrant wood, which is often used in the construction of outdoor furniture, decks, and fences. The tree is also valued for its medicinal properties, as it has been used for centuries by Native Americans to treat a variety of ailments. White Cedar is a slow-growing tree that can live for up to 800 years, making it a valuable resource for generations to come.

White Spruce

White spruce is a coniferous tree native to North America, commonly found in boreal forests. It can grow up to 30 meters tall and has a narrow, conical shape. The needles are blue-green and are about 1-2 cm long. The cones are cylindrical and can grow up to 10 cm long. White spruce is an important timber tree and is also used for Christmas trees and ornamental purposes. It is also a valuable habitat for wildlife, providing shelter and food for birds and mammals.

Winterberry Holly (1 Gallon)

Winterberry Holly is a deciduous shrub that is native to North America. It is known for its bright red berries that appear in the fall and winter, providing a pop of color in the landscape. The plant prefers moist, acidic soil and full sun to partial shade. It is often used in hedges, borders, and as a specimen plant. The berries are also a favorite food source for birds.