East of the Insurance Building
Northwest Coast of North America
- Evergreen with a typical height of 20-35 feet.
- Highly adaptable growing in dunes and bogs to rocky hilltops.
- Tolerant of low nutrients and salt spray.
- Landscape uses include coastal landscaping and wildlife habitat.
History and significance:
Its lumber is used for cabinets, knotty pine paneling and other finish-style wood materials.