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Bald Cypress Tree

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Bald Cypress, Taxodium Distichum Has Jade Needles That Transform Into A Shimmering Coppery Gold During The Cold Season

The bald cypress, also known as Taxodium distichum or the cypress chauve in French, is a deciduous conifer in the family Cupressaceae native to the southeastern United States. Noted for the russet-red fall color of its lacy needles, this hardy, and thorny tree adapt to a wide range of soil types, whether wet, salty, dry, or swampy. Standing out from any other tree, much less any cypress, these tall conifers with flared trunk bases are reminiscent of the Florida everglades. Unlike its name, the bald cypress isn't bald, and like every living tree, it grows foliage that helps in photosynthesizing. With alluring jade needles that are soft and feathery to the touch throughout spring and summer, hands turn into that warm coppery gold as temperatures drop before falling and leaving an attractive sight of rust-colored mulch inches deep.

Its main trunk, often surrounded by cypress trees, is covered in grayish-brown bark to reddish-brown, thin, and fibrous with a stringy texture along with vertically interwoven patterns of shallow ridges narrow furrows. As the species is monoecious, with male and female tassel-like flowers on a single plant's branchlets, it flowers in April, with its seeds ripening in October. While the male cones emerge on panicles that are four to five inches long, female cones are round, resinous, and green while young before hardening and darkening as the tree matures. With about twenty to thirty spirally arranged, four-sided scales, the cones contain one, two, or three triangular seeds, which the cones release upon disintegrating at maturity. The seeds, which have three to nine cotyledons each, are the largest of any Cupressaceae species, about five to ten millimeters long, and produce heavy crops every three to five years.

Bald Cypress-Taxodium Distichum Gives A Splash Of Seasonal Color In A Landscape And Can Last For Centuries If Well-Taken Care Of

As a conifer that gives the landscape a unique four-season focal point, the bald cypress can last for centuries once established in the correct location. Only during the initial planning and planting stage will most of your maintenance efforts come into fruition, as planting a large conifer like the bald cypress is an investment of time and space. Always consider the tree's size in the present and about ten years into the future, as adding structures such as a patio, pergola, or pool may disrupt the planned growth for the tree. Other factors may include home infrastructures, such as plumbing, sewers, electrical, and foundation. The tree requires full sun to partial shade and well-draining, sandy, acidic soil that can retain moisture, and it requires a standing water source such as banks of streams, lakes, and rivers in the wild.

Bald Cypress-Taxodium Distichum Tree is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping

Bald cypress tree is a long-lived deciduous conifer named Taxodium Distichum that belongs to the family Cupressaceae and propagates in swampy environments along the rivers. Such a tall tree is native to the SouthEastern United States that makes an excellent addition to yards, parks, and other landscapes. The tree is pyramidal that turns around when it reaches maturity. Bald Cypress is vibrant, short, soft, and flat-looking needles that emerge on a cinnamon-colored bushy bark having a stringy texture. The foliage turns into a rust color and falls from the autumn or winter trees, forming a carpet of such needles.

The bark seems clear in winters when the foliage disappears. Cypress Tree can grow up to a height of 100 to 120 feet at maturity with a spread of 20 to 30 feet. The needle-like yellow-green leaves appear in late spring that turns dark in summer and russet in autumn before shedding. Some distinctive structures arise from the root called knees that help to adapt the plant in wet regions and anchor the tree. The branches are in an upward direction that becomes horizontal with aging. The species carry both male and female flowers. The male flowers grow 3 to 5 inches long on pinnacles in summers. In contrast, the female ones are rounded resinous approximately one and a half-inch in diameter that looks purple before winters. These conifers thrive best in average acidic and wet soils however can tolerate alkaline or dry soils. The soil types include light sandy, medium loamy, or heavy clay soils, preferring full sun or partial shade.

The well-drained soils are best for extensive growth as they are moisture-retentive to adapt to drought while tolerant to floods, high winds, and snowfall for a long time without any damage.  These are the most extended living trees that require low maintenance and are easy to clean in the fall. The cultivars can withstand a saline environment. The most common names of the cypress tree are swamp cypress, white Cypress, tidewater red Cypress, and gulf Cypress. These slow-growing plants can survive up to 600 years of age as hardy and tough. The hardiness zones for plantations are 4 to 11. Bald Cypress is used as an ornamental tree and is the habitat and food for wildlife. Wood ducks, wild turkey, squirrels, and water buds eat its seeds.

They prevent erosion while the dispersal of the seeds is through flood for the propagation of the plant. The wood of the Bald Cypress tree is decay resistance and valuable for boats, docks and bridges, furniture, windows, doors manufacturing. The knees adapt the plant in standing water and are used as a backup food containing starch. The moist soil works best for the growth of the seedling. The species produce resins essential for healing balms and removing skin rashes and wounds when mixed with oil. The trees are rot-resistant heartwood that is why used for making woody materials.

Sun exposure: Full sun or partial shade

Water Requirements: High moisture

Zones: 4 to 9

Best time to Harvest: Fall

Height at maturity: 100 to 120 feet

Ship as: Bare root

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