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Cypress Tree Category contains many pictures of Cypress Trees, facts, types of Cypresses and Cypress tree references.

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Cypress Photos

The Cypress tree symbolizes the role of sacrifice. To enlarge each Cypress Tree Photo you like, just click on the tree image to make the Cypress Tree Picture full size.

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Cypress Tree Pictures

Arizona Cypress, Arizona Cypress Tree Photo Cyprus, Meditteranean Cyprus Tree Cyprus Trees in the Sunset

Arizona Cypress

Meditteranean Cypress

Cypress Swamp

Cypress Tree Pictures; Swamp Cypress Trees Cypress Tree Pictures: Weeping Cypress Tree Type Branches Cypress Tree Pictures; Branches of the Cypress Trees

Bald Cypress Trees

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Cypress Tree Foliage Picture Italian Cypress Tree Picture Bald Cypress Tree Picture
Cypress Tree Pictures: Fall Picture of Bald Cypress Tree Type Bark, Leaf Cypress Tree Trunk Photo Hollow Cyprus Tree Trunk Picture
Cupressus Sempervirens, Cypress Tree Cypress Tree Roots Picture Cypress Trees Picture
Cypress Tree Pictures: Winter Picture of a Weeping Nootka Cypress Tree Type Accented with Marble Statue  

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Cypress Tree Scientific Name, Cupressaceae

Cypress Tree Types: Different Types of Cypress Trees

  • African Cypress Tree
  • Arizona Cypress Tree
  • Bald Cypress Tree
  • Chinese Swamp Cypress Tree
  • Cordilleron Cypress Tree
  • False Cypress Tree
  • Fujian Cypress Tree
  • Guaitecas Cypress Tree
  • Italian Cypress Tree
  • Leyland Cypress Tree
  • Patagonian Cypress Tree
  • Siberian Cypress Tree

Cypress Tree Trivia

Okefenokee Swamp, in Georgia, consists of 400,000 acres of canals; moss draped cypress trees, and lily pad prairies offering sanctuaries for hundreds of species of birds and wildlife including some endangered species.

Cypress wood is lightweight and durable making it a popular with artists and carpenters. Cypress wood can be used for making chests, tables, cabinets, and shingles. It also makes great firewood as it is easy to split, dries quickly and burns clean.

Information on Cypress Trees Species

Cypress, Arizona
Cupressus arizonica

Very drought tolerant. Excellent for windbreaks, Christmas trees and erosion control. Blue-green foliage. Grows to 50', 25' spread.

Type of tree:
The Arizona Cypress falls into the following type(s): Evergreens
Mature Height:
The Arizona Cypress grows to be 50' feet in height.
Mature Spread:
The Arizona Cypress has a spread of about 25' at full maturity.
Spread Variations:

Cyress Tree Growth Rate:
This tree grows at a medium growth rate.

This cypress does well in full sun.

The Arizona Cypress grows in acidic, alkaline, drought tolerant, loamy, sandy, well drained, wide range soils.

Normal moisture requirements, but with good drought tolerance.

This cypress has columnar, pyramidal shape.
The leaves are gray-green and scale-like, closely overlapping each other and encircling the branchlets.

Flower Color:

Bloom Time:

Fruit Description:
The fruit is round, less than 1/2 inch, dry, brown.

Additional Cypress Information
The Arizona Cypress tree is exceptionally tolerant of hot, dry conditions. This makes it an excellent tree for its native habitat, the southwestern United States and Northern Mexico. In these locales it makes an excellent windbreak and is also widely used for soil erosion planting.

Very drought tolerant. Excellent for windbreaks, Christmas trees and erosion control. Blue-green foliage. Grows to 50', 25' spread.

Wildlife Value:
The seeds of the Arizona Cypress are consumed by squirrels, ground squirrels, and other rodents.

The Arizona Cypress is a native of interior Mexico extending into the southwestern United States where it is the only native Cypress. For a major species it was discovered by Euro-Americans rather recently in history. Credit for the discovery goes to E. L. Greene, who made the find in the 1880s.

Cypress Tree Trivia

Bald cypress is the state tree of Louisiana. Unlike other conifers it is a deciduous tree which loses its needles in the winter. Their fall colors range from tan, cinnamon, to fiery orange.

Frogs, toads, and salamanders use bald cypress swamps as breeding grounds.

Bald cypress is in for heavy construction, including docks, warehouses, boats and bridges.

Cypress is called the "wood eternal" because the heartwood is resistant to decay.

There are other types of cypress trees, for specific information on them we suggest you do a search on Google.

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