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The guys did a terrific job on the front trees. They look great! I was especially impressed by how thoroughly they cleaned up the debris from the yard and the street. Job well done! ”- Teresa H.

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Thank you for the excellent trimming service. Your crew was just great. They did the job we wanted and cleaned up as if they had never been on the property, except that the trees look better with their eyebrows plucked. ”- Kim C.

Bald Cypress

Bald cypress are an excellent and interesting shade tree for large park spaces and landscapes. The fast-growing trees can reach up to 100’ in height, with a pyramidal ‘Christmas-tree’ shape of layered branches — reaching a spread of 40’ once mature. The deciduous conifer has soft green needle-like leaves that turn copper-brown in the fall, and they exhibit lovely, papery cinnamon-brown, exfoliating bark.

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Bald cypress can live anywhere. They can handle poor, compacted soils and flooding, and are adapted to drought and pollution, making them a great urban tree. When planted in consistently wet or swampy areas, they develop distinct ‘knees’ that protrude from the ground. Take these growths into consideration when choosing a planting location as bald cypress should never be planted close to homes, driveways, or sidewalks.


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Bald Cypress is a member of the Redwood family.

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They require full sun and are extremely long living and generally maintenance free. In fact, Bald Cypress are among one of the oldest living genus of trees found on earth – some living over 1000 years!


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