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Bald cypress trees, Lake Drummond, at Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia.  Credit: Rebecca Wynn/USFWS

Bald cypress trees, Lake Drummond, at Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia. Credit: Rebecca Wynn/USFWS

Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) is a large deciduous conifer characterized by the development of 'knees' growing upwards from the roots when located in permanently wet areas. It is native to the south-eastern part of the United States. The bald cypress thrives in riparian habitats with freshwater. It is, however, also able to grow in areas not in close proximity to water, though growth in such locations is generally more limited. Zone: 4 to 9 Height: 50 - 100' Spread: 50'

Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) is a large deciduous conifer characterized by the development of 'knees' growing upwards from the roots when located in permanently wet areas. It is native to the south-eastern part of the United States. The bald cypress thrives in riparian habitats with freshwater. It is, however, also able to grow in areas not in close proximity to water, though growth in such locations is generally more limited. Zone: 4 to 9 Height: 50 - 100' Spread: 50'

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How Are the Bald Cypress Trees doing? A viewer requested an update.Today we are going to look at the Bald Cypress trees that we got from a friend, Matt Dean,...

Bald Cypress is the king of flood-tolerant trees and can be found growing directly in standing water throughout Southeastern swamps, from North Carolina to extreme southeast Florida. . Cypresses are known for developing buttressed trunks and knobby roots that protrude from the soil, but they'll keep their roots below the soil as long as floods aren't frequent.

Bald Cypress is the king of flood-tolerant trees and can be found growing directly in standing water throughout Southeastern swamps, from North Carolina to extreme southeast Florida. . Cypresses are known for developing buttressed trunks and knobby roots that protrude from the soil, but they'll keep their roots below the soil as long as floods aren't frequent.

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Bald cypress is Louisiana's state tree.

When you look at your bald cypress (Taxodium distichum ) seed, it may be difficult to envision its potential -- a 120-foot tree that will most likely live 600 years and, perhaps, as many as 1,200 years.

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They do quite well in the UK. I've been working on one for a few years in North Wales and have many more from seed. They like more water than most trees, same a

Bald Cypress | Chesapeake Bay Program

The bald cypress is a tall, deciduous tree with needle-like leaves and distinctive “knees” that rise up from the soil or water around it. It grows in swamps and forests in parts of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.