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Bald Cypress
... Bald Cypress Leaf Characteristics flattened leaves (needles) needles narrow Fruit Characteristics cone or cone-like cone less ...
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Trees of Reed: Bald Cypress
... Trees of Reed: Bald Cypress Bald Cypress Scientific Name: Taxodium distichum Family: Taxodiaceae Bald cypress is a large, slow-growing tree that's native to the southeastern corner of the ... tolerate brackish water, the tree often grows in standing water along the Atlantic coastal plain. Bald cypress is in the same plant family as dawn redwood, coast redwood, and giant sequoia. Maps ...
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Bald Cypress
... Bald Cypress Bald Cypress - Taxodium distichum General information: There are trees 800 to 1000 years old in the Cache River basin in Illinois. Bald cypress has been planted far north of its natural range. There ... on p. 56 is not a typical growth style for bald cypress in nature -- although this makes very attractive tree. The mature "natural" Bald Cypress is pictured on page 53. Note also the knees ...
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Untitled Document
... ) American Linden Amur maple Ash Austrian Pine B return to the top of the page Bald Cypress Balsam fir Barberry Basswood Bayberry Beech Big Tree Redwood Bigtoothed Aspen Birch Bitternut Hickory Bittersweet ...
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Which plants need to be grown outdoors? - Bonsai
... types of maple (acer), birch (betula), some oaks (quercus), hornbeam (carpinus), ginkgo, bald cypress (taxodium), sweet gum (liquidambar), larch (larix), willow (salix) and Japanese grey bark elm ( ... other evergreen trees that have been trained as bonsai are dwarf spruce (picea), false cypress (chamaecyparis), holly (ilex), ivy (hedera) and boxwood (buxus).         Bonsai FAQ Page GardenWeb Home ...
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Conifers Forum - GardenWeb
... follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Nov 25, 06 at 23:45 Shaping a bald cypress (taxodium distichum) Posted by: justintx 7B-NorthFt.Worth on Tue, Nov 21, 06 at 23 ... :41 23 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Nov 22, 06 at 10:25 Bald cyprus Posted by: bill_ftmyers_fl zone10 SW Florida on Mon, Nov 20, 06 at 22:09 ...
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Tree Care and Health [Archive] - The Treehouse
... it too late to cut a girdling root? Tree I.D. Link Damaged Magnolia soulangiana Bald Cypress ?What tree is this? The Urban Forest is hurting trees in general Pathogens and pests ...
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Biomass, photosynthesis and water use efficiency of woody swamp species subjected to flooding and elevated water temperature
... .O. Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29802, USA / Summary Seedlings of water tupelo (Nyssa aquatica L.), bald cypress (Taxodium distichum (L.) Richard) and button bush (Cephalanthus occidentalis L.) and cuttings of black willow ...
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trelec
... wood is composed primarily of tracheids, are also commonly known as evergreens however, Larches, Ginkgo, Bald-cypress and Dawn Red-wood lose their foliage each year. Magnoliophyta - (also found as Angiosperms in ...
gaia.flemingc.on.ca

Open Directory - Business: Agriculture and Forestry: Horticulture: Ornamentals: Trees and Shrubs
... deciduous, coniferous, and broadleaf evergreen trees and shrubs, including hollies, fan palms, loquats, bald cypress, and crape myrtle. Red Oak Landscaping - Located in Overland Park, Kansas. Specialized in ... in Mississippi, supplying the Southern and Central US. Products include various oak species, bald cypress, plum, pecan, and persimmon. "Trees and Shrubs" search on: AltaVista - A9 - AOL - Ask - ...
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