white cedar

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The Atlantic white cypress
An evergreen coniferous tree of the Cupressaceae family, native to the northeastern US and southeastern Canada
The chinaberry
cedar which is white
Either of two North American evergreen trees (Thuja occidentalis or Chamaecyparis thyoides) having light-colored wood. In the lumber trade, the American arborvitae, some species of false cypress (genus Chamaecyparis) and McNab cypress, incense cedar (Calocedrus decurrens), and California juniper, all in the cypress family. Nonconiferous trees that are called white cedar include the chinaberry (Melia azedarach, mahogany family) and some members of the plant families Bignoniaceae (trumpet creepers), Celastraceae (staff trees), Myristicaceae (nutmegs), Burseraceae, and Dipterocarpaceae. Botanically, white cedar is Chamaecyparis thyoides, a picturesque tree with purple cones, native to North America and East Asia. The wood is used for carpentry, pencils, storage chests, interiors, and fence posts
Alternative spelling of white cedar
southern white cedar
slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States; resembles American arborvitae
A variant spelling of white cedar
white cedar