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Me

One of these is in my front yard. It's not incense cedar, but I haven't seen the cones, so am still mystified.

Phillips

I love Port Orford Cedar and am sad it is dying out. In Hanis Coos we call this tree la'lǝmł. There are some growing at John Topits Park (Empire Lakes) in Coos Bay and some on Tribal hall. In fact there, there is one POC and one red cedar growing right next to each other -only then is it noticeable to me that the POC has a more blue-ish color to its foliage than red-cedar.

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