2 Bald Cypress Tree (Jumbo) Bareroot 12-18″


Is a deciduous conifer. Features short needles arranged in pairs along slender branchlets. Their coloring ranges from yellow-green in spring to soft green in summer to reddish- or orangish-brown in autumn.
Yields cones that appear as little globes approximately 1″ in length that contain triangular seeds and are attractive to wildlife.
Grows in a pyramidal shape. Adapts well to wet and dry conditions. Develops “cypress knees” only in wet conditions.
The bald cypress can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 4–10.
Full sun is the ideal condition for this tree, meaning it should get at least six hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight each day.

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The bald cypress tree is a southern darling of a tree. In its native habitat, it displays a habit of raising “knees” from its roots. The function of these growths is a mystery, although some believe it is a way to help the roots get oxygen. This tree lives in swamps because it out-competes most other trees in such environments. The bald cypress does quite well when planted in the right soil in yards or along avenues and is a beautiful specimen tree. It has grown successfully in cities as far north as Milwaukee and in Texas.