Q.Large Deodor Cedar Tree
Zone Seattle, WA | Delores1947 added on April 12, 2017 | Answered
We have lived in our home for 30 years and have a large deodor cedar. The exploding cones have provided quite a thick ground cover beneath the tree, and I’m wondering if I should rake these out. I don’t want to damage the tree and assume they grow with the exploding cone waste in the forest, but thought I should ask. Thank you!
Answered on April 13, 2017
It is not necessary to clean up the cone litter, but most homeowners to rake out the litter each spring.
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