Cedro, Cedro Hembra, Cigar-box Cedar, Mexican Cedar, Red Cedar, Spanish Cedar, West Indian Cedar
Due to CITES regulations, no international trade is allowed.
In Stock: 0.855 lb (Total:0.855lb)
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: none required
Germination: sow seed 1/4" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Cedrela odorata, commonly known as Cedro or Spanish Cedar, is a tree species that is native to the subtropical and tropical life zones of the New World. With its natural habitat ranging from Central America to South America, Cedro is always found on well-drained soils. Its heartwood contains an insect-repelling resin with an aroma similar to true cedars, and it is often used to store clothing. The wood is termite and rot-resistant, making it commercially important in the American tropics. Cedro is a monoecious semi-deciduous tree ranging from 10 to 30m tall, and it is commonly used for honey production, humidor construction and making the neck of Flamenco and classical guitars. Although it's known as Spanish Cedar, it is not a true cedar and does not belong to the genus Cedrus.