[permaculture] Black Locusts, more....

Scott Vlaun scott at moosepondarts.com
Mon Oct 7 14:44:02 EDT 2002

Up here in Maine everyone uses Cedar for posts. I believe it's Eastern 
White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) I've never looked into establishing a 
planting as I've got a bunch growing on my land. I've even sawn some up 
and used it to make benches for my outdoor hot tub and it's held up 

Scott Vlaun
Western Maine USA
On Monday, October 7, 2002, at 02:31 PM, Rick Valley wrote:

>  My question remains: What tree species do people recommend for 
> rot-resistant
> timber in cool temperate zones? I don't want to rely on big companies
> providing me with toxics just to have a fence post that lasts longer 
> than 5
> years.
> -Rick
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