Bald CypressScientific Name: Taxodium distichum
|Average Growth Rate||2.5 Feet Per Year|
|Mature Size||60 Tall x 40 Wide|
|Light Needs||Full sun|
|Decidious or Evergreen||Deciduous|
|Acorns||No it doesn't have acorns|
|Color||Rich green foliage which turns orange in the fall.|
SIZE & GROWTH RATEAverage Growth Rate is 2.5 Feet Per Year
Mature Size 60' Tall x 40' Wide
LIGHT NEEDSFull sun
DECIDUOUS OR EVERGREENDeciduous
ACORNS?No it doesn't have acorns
COLORRich green foliage which turns orange in the fall.
SPECIAL FEATURESFast Growing.
Extremely Long Lived.
No serious insect or disease problems.
Adaptable to a Wide Range of Soil Types
Excellent for Areas with Poor Drainage or Standing Water.
The Bald Cypress is native to central and east Texas and is one of only two species in the ancient Taxodium genus that now survives and the other species is Montezuma Bald Cypress found in south Texas. Bald Cypress trees grow in swamps and rivers and are excellent shade trees for areas with poor drainage or standing water. Bald Cypress trees maintain a straight trunk and layered branches giving it a pyramidal and moderately dense canopy. Bald Cypress trees have fine fern-like leaves giving it a graceful fine textured appearance. In autumn Bald Cypress leaves turn from deep green to a coppery-red color. Bald Cypress trees have cinnamon-brown colored bark with a thin and fairly smooth texture that exfoliates in long strips. Bald Cypress trees also produce small round cones that are blue-green and contain triangular seeds. Bald Cypress trees are fast growing, extremely long lived and relatively maintenance free.
Common Names: Bald Cypress, Southern Cypress, Swamp Cypress, Red Cypress, White Cypress, Gulf Cypress
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