Eastern Red Cedar very stressed
Hi, I have Eastern Red Cedar (middle of the first pic). Gets full sun. Probably about 35 years old. Twenty five feet tall, 18 inches at the base.
Was doing very well, until this past winter.
It is about 100' from the road, so I don't think that road salt damaged it.
It lost a lot of foliage, especially on the inside.
But now vigorous growth on the outside of all the branches.
Anybody know what caused that?
The winter was probably a few degrees colder than normal.
Will it recover?
How long can Red Cedars live?
Thanks so much for any info. It's a wild tree, but I certainy wouldn't want to lose it.