Facts About Cyprus Trees?

Answer Cypress trees, which can be in the genus Cupressus or Chamaecyparis, are in the family Cupressaceae (cypress). The cypress is designated as a conifer, a group of about 12 genus. The Cupressus genus... Read More »

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How do I plant Leyland cyprus trees?

PreparationSelect a planting location for a Leyland cypress tree that receives a minimum of six hours of full sunlight and has a well-draining soil, such as a sandy or clay loam. Dig a planting hol... Read More »

Arizona Cyprus Trees Problems?

Arizona cypress (Cupressus arizonica) is a fast-growing tree that grows to a mature height of 50 feet with a 30 feet spread. The tree is a popular choice for creating natural fences. This evergreen... Read More »

How fast do bald cyprus trees grow?

Bald cypress trees have a rapid growth rate, growing between 12 and 18 inches annually. The tree will grow to be 50 to 75 feet in height, with a spread of between 20 and 30 feet.References:Tree Hel... Read More »

Three Facts on Sweet Gum Trees?

Sweetgum or redgum tree is a large, southern shade tree that grows 75 to 150 feet tall. This hardwood tree is second only to oak in production and is a common landscape tree. The bark of the sweetg... Read More »