Italian Cypress Tree (Cupressus ) - 4 Inch Pot

Italian Cypress Tree (Cupressus ) - 4 Inch Pot

Price: $16.99

  • Mature Height ( 30-40 Feet ) -- Mature Width ( 3-4 Feet ) -- Exposure ( Full sun to partial shade ) -- Hardiness Zones ( 7-10 )
  • The Italian Cypress proudly shows off its tall columnar stature, coming to a shapely point at the top. They can grow up to 40 feet tall
  • Ships in a 4 Inch Pot -- approx size will be 8 to 14 inches tall

Bald Cypress Tree ( Taxodium distichum ) - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $19.99

  • Mature Height ( 50-70 Feet ) - Mature Width ( 20-40 Feet ) - Exposure ( Full sun ) - Hardiness Zones ( 4-9 )
  • Bald cypress is a long-lived, pyramidal conifer (cone-bearing tree) which grows 50-70' tall. Although it looks like a needled evergreen (same family as redwoods), it is deciduous ("bald" as the common name suggests). It is native to southern swamps, bayous and rivers, primarily being found in coastal areas from Maryland to Texas
  • Soft, feathery, yellowish-green foliage (1/4" long, flat needles in two ranks) turns an attractive orange/cinnamon-brown in fall. Rounded, wrinkled, 1 inch diameter, purplish-green cones mature to brown

Montezuma Cypress | Live Tree Seedling (Small) | The Jonsteen Company

Price: $6.99

  • Grow your own Montezuma Cypress (Taxodium mucronatum), Mexico's National Tree!
  • Transplanting and care instructions included
  • Seed-grown without poison or pesticides at our nursery on California's Redwood Coast

Blue Ice Arizona Cypress Tree - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $19.99

  • Ships in a Quart pot
  • Prefers full sun, and thrives especially well in somewhat hot, dry environments. Makes a wonderful medium to large specimen tree
  • Has beautiful silvery Blue color all Year Round. Great for use as a privacy screen, specimen or accent plant, wind break, or as a colorful back drop for other plants and flowers

Baldcypress | Live Tree Seedling (Medium) | The Jonsteen Company

Price: $16.99

  • Seed-grown without poison or pesticides at our nursery on California's Redwood Coast
  • Transplanting and care instructions included
  • Grow your own Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum), a large deciduous conifer from the Gulf Coast!

Cypress Trees

Ranger Amy Washuta tells us all about our wonderful namesake, the cypress tree! Join her in the swamp to learn more about this most Floridian of trees.

Planting trees brings new life to ravaged flood area - FOX 7 Austin

It’s been almost three years since the deadly Memorial Day floods that ravaged parts of Wimberley County and took the life of nearly a dozen people.

Hundreds of homes were also destroyed along with wildlife in the floods.

People in Hays County are still recovering from the deadly flood today.

Saturday students and community members came together to help bring back life...

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  3. Cypress trees planted by city a nuisance for Baton Rouge homeowner
    A beautification project in Baton Rouge launched more than a decade ago has grown into an eyesore for some homeowners who live off Stumberg Lane. They claim the cypress trees are ruining their property, and they want the city to remove them. There's no 
  4. The Herald Column: Finding an ideal spot to fish isn't always easy
    We launched on a wide concrete ramp and headed out into a beautiful cypress tree studded lake. The water color looked cloudy, but that can be OK. We spent some time casting the brushy bank for bass near the launch ramp, but no go. We then checked out 
  5. Atlas Obscura Exploring the Hidden Waterways of Florida's Paradise Coast
    This allows the knowledgeable captains, most of whom grew up in the Everglades and refer to it as their “backyard,” to narrate while zig-zagging across the grasslands and cypress trees at will, not following any predetermined route. Dwarf cypress trees


  1. Cypress is a common name for various coniferous trees or shrubs of northern temperate regions that belong to the family Cupressaceae.The word cypress is derived from Old French cipres, which was imported from Latin cypressus, the latinisation of the Greek κυπάρισσος ().
  2. The Cypress tree in southern European climates received the symbolism of bodily death and spiritual immortality, due to the customs and language of the ages. The Cypress tree in northern Europe does not have any suggestion of grief or gloom and the locals may be ignorant of its name and history.
  3. Affordable Cypress Tree Services in Cypress, Texas. Professional tree cutting, care, removal, trimming and pruning services. Free Estimates & insured!
  4. Cypress Tree Picture category contains many photos of Cypress Trees, specific facts on the Cypress Tree species, we have many beautiful Cypress Tree pictures
  5. Big Trees Inc stock of privacy trees includes fine specimens of arborvitae trees, like Leyland Cypress. Create year round privacy with natural living barriers.
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Cypress trees in swamp off the pearl river
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Pebble Beach Drive, Ca.
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