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- Upright, pyramidal, with nearly horizontal branching
- Soft, feathery, flat, green needles in the summer
- Foliage turns copper-red in the fall before defoliating
- Heavily tapered trunk with narrow, vertically strips of peeling bark
- Tolerates moisture-retentive or submerged soil once the tree is established
- Interesting Notes: The common bald cypress is native to southern American swamps, bayous and rivers. It is primarily found in coastal areas from Maryland to Texas and in the lower Mississippi River Valley.
- HEIGHT: 15-25 m
- SPREAD: 7-10 m