This follows closely the range of the incense cedar, though in some places it is found as high as 8700 feet.
The incense cedar is the only representative of its genus in the United States.
The wood of the incense cedar is serviceable for many purposes.
The latter fungus is the same or is closely related to that which tunnels the trunk of incense cedar and produces pecky cypress.
The manufacture of posts from incense cedar has entailed an enormous waste of timber.
Approximately one-half of the incense cedar trees, as they stand in the woods, are defective.
Its best development is on the Sierra Nevada mountains, where swamps are few, and the incense cedar avoids them.
The incense cedar (Libocedius decurrens) is one of the valued trees of the California coast and mountains.
incense cedar, for example, seems to become infested after it reaches maturity at an age of about 150 years.
The incense cedar, while much subject to fungus trouble, is also prized.