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The bright color change of the Bald Cypress leaves in the fall is beautiful and long lasting. The Bald Cypress Tree is a large deciduous tree that often reaches heights of 130 ft. at maturity. The small needles of the Bald Cypress Tree fill the summer air with a unique fragrance, the shape of the tree appearing rugged and oriental.

• The Bald Cypress trees are deciduous conifers which occur near damp soils or swamps. Because the wood of the Bald Cypress tree grows under such wet, stressful conditions, it is very resistant to water rot and has been called "wood eternal". Wood from fallen pre-historic trees is still found as far North as New England. Seeds are spread by moving water and wildlife but will only germinate given damp but not wet conditions for several months. Female cones are found singly or in clusters of 2-3 near the end of the branch containing 18-30 seeds each. It has value to wildlife habitat for ducks and squirrels and grows from coastal plains from Delaware to Florida, west to Texas and North to Illinois. It is planted from Michigan to Massachusetts; seed are digested by quail doves, grouse, songbirds, and squirrels.

• Lumber harvested from the Bald Cypress trees are highly resistant to weather and not even painted sometimes in house exteriors. Game birds of all kinds love to hide in the branches of the Bald Cypress Tree! The tree is usually best performing near standing water, although it will also grow well in dry locations. No tree grows better in a pond or lakeside lot than the Bald Cypress Tree. Wildlife love to make it's home in these trees. The wood of the tree is virtually indestructible, being shunned by termites and decay organisms. Bald cypress is a large deciduous tree often reaching heights of 130 ft at maturity.

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June 14, 2019
Reviewer: danny kirbie from Farmersville, TX United States  
We got 5 of these no green ash we went ahead panted them but not what we asked for the shrubs came in nice

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Beautiful Tree May 30, 2019
Reviewer: Larouge from Metairie, LA United States  
This came well wrapped and ready to go into the ground. I ordered two because I'm sure to kill one. This nursery is great.

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So far so good May 28, 2019
Reviewer: tony lovel from CHULUOTA, FL United States  
Trees arrived well packed and in good shape . As cypress is a wet foot tree I soaked the roots for 24hrs then planted in extra wet potting soil, allowed the mix to dry out the next three days and new growth is popping up !!

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Bald Cypress May 22, 2019
Reviewer: Joseph Carlo from New Windsor, NY United States  
Just planted on Saturday 18. To early to tell. no green leaves yet. Are Bald Cypress Late Growing there leaves?

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May 22, 2019
Reviewer: Bill Chandler from Asheville, NC United States  
Too early to tell, still dormant. Send survey again in three months.

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