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Cedar trees fill the world with their gorgeous scent and full, expansive branches. The evergreens thrive easily and will often overtake a yard due to their size. The appearance and aroma of it instantly call to mind a world of calmness and rustic rural beauty. It is because of this that many people like to include it as an accent for their farmhouse décor. There are endless ways to incorporate it into a home display, especially when decorating for Christmas.

Choose Cedar Christmas Trees

A natural Christmas tree creates the perfect centerpiece for the holiday season. Using a live tree will fill a home with its fresh scent. The trees have strong and full branches that provide the perfect place to display endless Christmas ornaments. Also, they grow naturally in a desirable pyramid shape, so very little trimming will need to take place to shape the tree before installation.

Incense Cedar – Sparrowhawk Native Plants

The Eastern Red type is a traditional choice for many people in the Southern United States, where the trees grow abundantly. People living outside this region can find the trees easily through tree farms and online. Make certain to provide adequate water to the tree during the Christmas season to prevent the boughs from becoming too dry. After Christmas, either replant the potted tree or salvage the wood from a cut tree to use for crafts.

Design Some Cedar Accessories

The wood is durable and easy to carve, so it is a great material for people who want to make custom home accents. Carve thin pieces of wood into unique frames to hold Christmas-themed photographs. Use round slices of small branches as natural Christmas ornaments by drilling a hole for the ribbon to hang the discs. Add decorations to the wood or paint a rustic image on each side.

Large pieces of the trunk of the tree make cute pedestal stools for extra holiday seating around the tree or the fireplace. Hollowed pieces of branches can become the perfect votive or tealight candleholders on any farmhouse dining table. The bark can remain or be it, and the wood can be sanded smooth before staining the wooden holders. Use battery-operated candles to eliminate any fire risk.

Cover a Statement Wall

Rough-cut pieces of it make an aromatic wall covering for any room. Mount the wood strips on painted plywood and attach them to an existing wall for a temporary display during the season, or use them as a permanent wall cover by attaching them directly to the wall. Use the wall as a backdrop for the Christmas tree or any holiday display. Hang on the wall a wreath or swag made from its boughs and lean against the wall other seasonal items like vintage ice skates or a metal sled. Use the wall as the background for family holiday photographs.

Use the Boughs Creatively

The boughs of the trees can add a fresh touch of color to a farmhouse Christmas display. Use the greenery to cover a buffet table or a fireplace mantel. Fill assorted sizes of buckets or small pails with the boughs and group them on a table or front porch. Hang bouquets of the boughs tied with ribbon and decorated with holly on the front door along a staircase railing. Make bundles of the boughs tied with twine and add to the flames in a fireplace or woodstove throughout the day to keep the air beautifully scented.

Make a Cedar Shelf

Construct a primitive set of shelves or make individual shelves with planks. Use the shelving to display Christmas candles, vintage Christmas cards, or antique ornaments that are too fragile to put on a tree. Create an even more rustic farmhouse look by using aged hardware to mount the shelves and age the wood by adding a light stain and roughly dry brushing paint on the planks. The dry brushing adds some light streaks and traces of paint to the wood to give the impression of weathered barn boards.

Cedar of Lebanon Tree - Trees of Joy

Accessorizing with cedar will help to make a farmhouse interior look warmer and more rustic as holiday decorations come into the home. Using wood adds to the natural and classic designs that farmhouse homes embody. It also has a timeless look that will look great in the home all year long.

Cedar Tree - TN Nursery

Cedar Tree

Cedar Trees are known for their aromatic wood, needle-like leaves, and distinctive conical shape. They are often used for lumber and ornamental landscaping. Cedar trees are widely used in landscaping for their aesthetic appeal and numerous practical benefits. These majestic trees are native to various regions, including Eastern North America and Canada. When incorporated into landscaping projects, they can transform the environment, enhance property value, and offer many advantages. It is primarily ornamental and is a member of the conifer family. Of course, this item can offer several benefits to the natural landscape, making it a good investment both now and for future generations. Cedar Trees Get Huge They typically grow between 100 and 130 feet tall, but in some cases, they can grow as tall as 200 feet. Its diameter is about 10 feet, making it much thinner than the oak or maple. Instead of leaves, they grow pine needles in addition to cones that yield fruit with seeds in females. In male types, the cones will produce pollen. There is also a sticky resin inside of them that helps protect them against predators. The Cedar Tree Can Last for Centuries Assuming favorable conditions, Cedar Trees typically live for about 100 years. However, they can live for up to 300 years and stay in your family for generations. In addition, they are easy to propagate, meaning you can get great value for your money both now and for the rest of your life. One of their most significant benefits is a fragrant aroma you'll notice when you walk outside. Depending on how close to your product's house is planted, it may be possible to smell the familiar pine scent just by opening your window. Therefore, growing just a few in your yard can help improve indoor air quality inside and outside your home. Preserve or Reclaim the Natural Landscape Using Cedar Tree This type of Cedar Tree tends to prevent soil erosion or at least stabilize the soil impacted by its root system. It can also attract squirrels, birds, and other creatures, which will help rejuvenate the local landscape further. Ultimately, this can help protect the viability of your property while possibly increasing its value as the landscape heals.

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