|A trimmed mountain cedar|
We've spent many years cutting down a lot of these trees, and cleaning up the rest of them so that they make a somewhat decent tree. Almost nothing will grow under these trees, and mostly they are a pain in the neck, especially when they are putting out pollen by the gallons. Cedar fever, they call it and it can make the fall and early winter around her a real challenge. It's nothing to sneeze about (ha ha ha!) and this article just about sums it up.
|An untrimmed mountain cedar|