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BALD CYPRESS TREE quart pot Taxodiun distichun

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Item details

Condition
Used
Sunlight
Full Sun
Foliage
Deciduous
Soil Type
Loam
USDA Hardiness Zone
4 (-30 to -20 °F)
Watering
Medium
Common Name
Cypress
Tree Type
Conifer

About this item

           

   You are buying one Bald Cypress tree in a 4" quart pot 18-24" in height. The Bald Cypress tree is the classic tree of southern swamps. This tree dwells in swamps because it out competes most other trees on such sites. To the surprise of some people when the Bald Cypress is planted on the right soil in yards or along streets it does quite well and is a beautiful specimen tree. It has been grown successfully in cites as far north as MILWAUKEE and on the dry TEXAS hills.

      Hardy in zones 4-10. Pyramidal shaped, 50-70' height and 25' spread at maturity. Does well in various soils with full sun exposure.

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alifornia and ARIZONA orders will be shipped bare root only due to soil restrictions Nov.-March only. We are a licensed nursery in the state of TENNESSEE cert#2235.

                      

        Thank you for looking at our listings.

                  

  

Plants in winter months will be dormant with no leaves with the exception of evergreens