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 What kind of a tree is cypress?

Answer The cypress tree is a conifer. Along with cypresses, the conifer group contains firs, spruces, pines, and cedars. Cypress trees prefer swampy areas, although it also grows in high, dry locations.Sp... Read More »
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What is the Symbolism of the Cypress Tree?

Cypress plants are conifer evergreen trees and shrubs. They belong to the genus Cupressus as well as Thuja and Chamaecyparis, about 140 species in total. A native of Asia, Europe and North America,... Read More »
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What is the scientific name for a cypress tree?

The scientific names of the cypress trees native to the western United States include Cupressus arizonica (Arizona cypress), Cupressus macnabiana (MacNab cypress), Cupressus macrocarpa (Monterey cy... Read More »
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What is the bark color of a cypress tree?

The bark of the bald cypress tree is thin and a cinnamon-brown color. The bald cypress tree, a native plant of central and east Texas, tends to inhabit swamps and wetlands.References:Tree Land: Bal... Read More »
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Is the cypress tree a gymnosperm?

The cypress tree family is a gymnosperm family. Gymnosperms are non-flowering plants, wherein the female sex organs reside outside a flower. Other common gymnosperms include pine trees and the tre... Read More »
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