Scientific Name: Thujopsis dolabrata
Also called the hiba cedar or deerhorn cedar, this species is native to the moist forests of Japan. It is very similar to the native western red cedar, but has a deeper, darker color that almost looks synthetic. It is actually not a true cedar at all, but is the only species in its genus. The staghorn cedar is a relatively rare species, as there are few nurseries that cultivate it.
DBH: 6.4 inches