I have been looking at this White Cedar and wondering about collecting next spring. Thoughts? It looks like a good one with some natural deadwood but its growing on a hill side with a weird angle.
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We are blessed with sand around here. Just some cutting around with a hand saw for the larger trailing roots and a couple gentle pries and it was out (I did cut that long trailing root in 2015 to encourage roots by the trunk and then collected in spring 16'). The area that I found it in was a really steep and high bank off of Lake Michigan. I've read that really steep banks have some of the oldest trees in the world because those places are not forested. A lot of the other trees are damaged in this area because of parts of the sand cliffs breaking off. It's one of my landscape clients properties. I am excited to do some more hiking around there next spring.Was it a tough dig, to collect?
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