Cedar Trees

Do Cedar Pines Make a Good Hedge

Anonymous added on September 13, 2013 | Answered

Do cedar pines make for a good hedge? Do they stay green during winter? When and how strong should I cut them back?

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Answered on September 14, 2013

Sorry, but I don't know what a cedar pine is. Cedar trees can be planted in a
row to act as both a privacy and wind break. Pine trees can also be planted the same. There are many evergreen shrubs, such as holly, azalea, juniper, yew, cypress, arborvitae, and many more that make a nice hedge.

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