Incense Cedar (Calocedrus Decurrens [Libocedrus Decurrens]) is an evergreen tree in the Cypress Family (Cupressaceae). It’s native to Oregon, California, Nevada and Baja California, Mexico. Cones show up Apr-May and it grows 120-180 ft. It’s commonly found in forest, savannas and chaparrals; tolerates dry soils and partial to full sun exposure.
Incense Cedar is drought tolerant and spreads rapidly after low intensity fires. The largest known tree is 229 ft tall and it’s located in Umpqua National Forest, Oregon.