Cupressaceae - The Cypress Family
Inland Red Cedar, Inland Redcedar, Western Redcedar, Western Red Cedar
Both Interior and Exterior
Boxes, Caskets, Exterior Mouldings, Shakes, Shingles, Shipbuilding, Siding
Inland Redcedar grows in the western coastal states/provinces of the United States and Canada. Inland Redcedar grows in inland slopes in mountainous regions.
Inland Redcedar is the same species of wood as Western Redcedar. The difference is growing locations. As the name implies Inland Redcedar grows inland. The difference in growing locations does have an effect on the wood.
While the specie is available, the availability is expected to dwindle. This is due to the fact that demand far exceeds it growth rate of the tree.