Add dogwood, holly, hawthorn, and eastern red cedar trees to your landscape, and in out of the way places, leave the pokeweed, elderberry, and sumac for the bluebirds.
What does ERC stand for?
ERC stands for Eastern Red Cedar (tree species)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Changes in prairie vegetation under eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginianan L.
Outcroppings of the basin's Ordovician limestone bedrock and shallow soils result in conditions that favor herbaceous vegetation and limit tree growth to isolated individuals or scattered stands of eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana) and a few other woody species.
Select Post Offices also are offering Evergreens note cards featuring artwork from the 44-cent Evergreens Forever stamps, depicting the foliage and cones of four different conifers: ponderosa pine, eastern red cedar, blue spruce and balsam fir.
While eastern red cedar and post oak were the most abundant tree species in this forest, many of the eastern red cedars were small ([approximately equal to] 1 cm dbh) and contributed significantly less to the total basal area of the forest (Table 2).
They include: bottlebrush buckeye, American beautyberry, red twig dogwood, strawberry bush, oakleaf hydrangea, Virginia sweetspire, eastern red cedar and inkberry, just to name a few.
Invasion of Oklahoma rangelands and forests by eastern red cedar and Ashe juniper.
They drop seeds that come from trees such as the eastern red cedar.