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Italian Cypress Tree
Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

They handle drought well and don't need much supplemental watering once established. This is truly an easy plant to grow. Plant them where you want to highlight a building feature – by front doors, lined along a walk, in large containers on your patio...
  • Soil Type: Clay - Loam
  • Foliage: Green
  • Moisture: Widely Adaptable
  • Mature Spread: 4 - 5 feet
  • Mature Height: 40 - 50 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Leyland Cypress
Prices start at : 39.95 USD / #1 Container range: 2.3 - 3.7 quarts (2.5 - 4 liters)

For a fast-growing, low-maintenance and hardy evergreen you can't do better than the Leyland Cypress tree. In fact, you'll see up to 3 feet of growth each year with the Leyland Cypress tree.
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
  • Botanical Name: x Cupressocyparis leylandii
  • Mature Height: 60 - 70 feet
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Nebraska
Omaha
Drought Tolerant Evergreen
Prices start at : 19.95 USD / 1 pcs

Stands up to the extreme weather conditions that damage and even kill most evergreens. Its unique blue-green foliage also lets the Blue Sapphire stand alone as an accent tree! This resilient evergreen is adaptable to just about any type of soil.
  • Drought Tolerance: Great
  • Sunlight: Full-Partial
  • Mature Height: 40 ft.
  • Growth Rate: Fast
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Wissel\'s Saguaro Cypress
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 1 pcs

Your home will serve as the perfect backdrop for these cypress trees to pop against. They have branches that grow with an upward curve away from the trunk giving them a similar shape to Saguaro Cacti.

Moderate

    • Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Spacing: 3-4 ft.
    • Drought Tolerance: Moderate
    • Growth Rate: Moderate
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Improved Leyland Cypress
    Prices start at : 107.96 USD / 1 pcs

    They are large evergreens that will add year around beauty to the landscape. For this reason they are often grown as hedges. They're a great choice for planting because they are incredibly low maintenance and grow in a variety of poor soils.
    • Drought Tolerance: Moderate
    • Mature Width: 6-10 ft.
    • Growth Rate: Fast
    • Spacing: 5-10 ft
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Dwarf Hinoki Cypress
    Prices start at : 59.95 USD / 1 pcs

    Like a plush, velvet coat, the Cypress Dwarf will dress up any location you choose , and fit like a glove in the tightest of planting sites. If you've been saving a planting site for a special tree, this is it.
    • Drought Tolerance: Good
    • Mature Height: 3-6 ft.
    • Mature Width: 2-4 ft.
    • Spacing: 3-5 ft.
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Leyland Cypress
    Prices start at : 24.95 USD / 1 pcs

    And for quickest privacy, you can still order from our limited supply of taller Leyland Cypress trees. - Grows up to 3-5 ft. Apart for a privacy hedge or further apart for a spacious property border.
    • Mature Height: 40-60 ft.
    • Spacing: 8-10 ft.
    • Drought Tolerance: Good
    • Mature Width: 20-25 ft.
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Italian Cypress
    Prices start at : 19.95 USD / 1 pcs

    Require little water , and can adapt to almost any soil type you may have. A year while giving you dense foliage, soft texture and symmetrical shape. These popular new trees grow in a narrow, columnar fashion, practically reaching straight up without...
    • Growth Rate: Fast
    • Drought Tolerance: Good
    • Mature Height: 40 ft. or trim to desired height
    • Spacing: 3 ft.
    South Carolina
    Fort Mill
    Slender Hinoki Cypress
    Prices start at : 29.95 USD / 1 pcs

    If used to frame entry ways they will give each guest a graceful greeting. Not only can they handle the cold, but they are also drought tolerant and have the ability to flourish in poor soils.

    4-5 ft.

      • Mature Height: 8-12 ft.
      • Sunlight: Full Sun
      • Spacing: 4-5 ft.
      • Mature Width: 4-5 ft.
      South Carolina
      Fort Mill
      Goldcrest Cypress
      Prices start at : 19.95 USD / 1 pcs

      Whatever your pleasure, you'll find the Goldcrest Cypress to be the brightest new addition to your home or garden. Here's How: Lovely, compact evergreen shrub or small tree Distinctive golden colored foliage Wonderful lemon scent freshens any location...
      • Drought Tolerance: Good
      • Sunlight: Full Sun
      • Mature Height: 6-8 ft.
      • Growth Rate: Slow
      South Carolina
      Fort Mill
      Bald Cypress
      Prices start at : 79.95 USD / 5-6 FOOT

      Will adapt to drier sites. The most common cause of plant death after transplanting is planting the new plant to deep. This is not to be rushed. The first of these three numbers refers to Nitrogen, which is the primary element necessary for good, balanced...
      Maryland
      Bowie
      Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)
      Prices start at : 17.95 USD / 1 Gal 18 to 24"

      Although this is a somewhat fitting name, it is however grossly incorrect as its real place of origin was almost certainly Persia or Syria and was brought to the Tuscan area by the mysterious Etruscan tribes-people many thousands of years ago who considered...
      Maryland
      Bowie
      Delaware\'s Great Cypress Swamp and the Bald Cypress Tree
      There were mature trees with knobby roots growing in the middle of the pond! Fascinated, I took a few shots with my camera. Therefore, it is bald until springtime when it sprouts lightly-colored green needles that loan a uniqueness to the landscape.My...
      California
      El Segundo
      Leyland Cypress
      Prices start at : 129.95 USD / (Buy 10) 1-2 Feet

      It's a fast growing tree growing around 2-3 feet per year where its happy. The Leyland cypress is widely used as a quick growing formal hedge. It is also organic and slow release which will feed your trees the proper amount of nutrients over a period...
      Maryland
      Bowie
      Cypress Carolina Sapphire
      Prices start at : 49.95 USD / 3-4 FEET

      It is a pyramidal tree, which can reach up to 40 feet tall and up to 20 feet wide which makes it good for tall screen. The most difficult insect to control on Carolina Sapphire Cypress is Spider Mites.
      Maryland
      Bowie
      Lemon Cypress Care: How To Care For Lemon Cypress Outdoors And In The Home
      The lemon cypress tree, also called Goldcrest after its cultivar, is a variety of Monterey cypress. Watering is always an important part of care for lemon cypress outdoors. They won't forgive you if you don't give them drenching once a week – you'll...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Bald Cypress Growing – Planting A Bald Cypress Tree
      However, unlike many, bald cypress is deciduous. Irrigate regularly. Like every living tree, it grows foliage that helps it with photosynthesis. Here are some tips on growing a bald cypress.) isn't actually bald.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Cypress Tree Trimming: Information About Cutting Back Cypress Trees
      Dead, broken and diseased branches should be removed as soon as possible after you notice the damage. This is the most important rule for cutting back cypress trees: never cut all green shoots from any branch since the branch will not be able to grow...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Types Of Cypress Trees: Tips For Growing Cypress Trees
      The two types of cypress trees found in the U.S. are bald cypress (Cypress trees have a straight trunk that tapers at the base, giving it a soaring perspective. These deciduoushave short needles with a feathery appearance.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Growing Italian Cypress – How To Care For Italian Cypress Trees
      If you try to start growing them in smaller holes, it may cause the roots to circle around the holes, girdling the root balls.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });Once you have the trees properly sited and...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Pruning Leyland Cypress – Tips On How To Trim A Leyland Cypress Tree
      Space them at least 8 feet apart. At that point, annually trim the top six to twelve inches below the desired height. The tree can take severe pruning and trimming. For this reason, the native East Coast specimen looks best on large lots where it is allowed...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Leyland Cypress Diseases: Treating Disease In Leyland Cypress Trees
      Cankers are dry lesions, often sunken, on stems and branches. Plant these shrubs in a sunny location in soil offering excellent drainage. Space them far enough apart to let air pass between them.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Leyland Cypress Tree: How To Grow Leyland Cypress Trees
      The tree is also useful in coastal landscapes where it tolerates salt spray.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });Leyland cypress trees need a location in full sun or partial shade and a rich, well-drained...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Golden Mop False Cypress: Information About Golden Mop Shrubs
      Eventually, as the tree ages, it may grow up to 5 feet (1.5 m.) tall. Golden Mop cypress is a ground hugging shrub that looks a lot like a stringy leaved mop with a gorgeous accent color of gold, hence the name.The genus name for Golden Mop cypress, Chamaecyparis,...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      False Cypress Care: How To Grow A False Cypress Tree
      In the wild, varieties of false cypress may grow 70 feet tall (21 m.) and 20-30 feet wide (6-9 m.). The taller blue-toned Squarrosa varieties of false cypress can be used as specimen plants and privacy hedges.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Growing Hinoki Cypress: Care For Hinoki Cypress Plants
      This species is hardy in USDA gardening zones 5a to 8a, and it prefers moist but well-drained, loamy soil. Be aware that the plant naturally sheds old needles in winter, so some browning is not necessarily a problem.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      What Is Atlantic White Cedar: Learn About Atlantic White Cedar Care
      You'll most likely need to look at specialty nurseries. A swampy or boggy area isn't a requirement, but the tree will thrive in a water garden or damp area of your landscape. The short, horizontal branches of Atlantic white cedar give the tree a narrow,...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Italian Cypress: A Tall, Dark Italian
      Tall, dark, and formal, Italian cypresses are the most architectural of plants. Unfortunately, Italian cypress pollen is a major allergen in areas where the tree is common. Although rows of the trees can look very formal, random plantings also work in...
      California
      El Segundo
      The 50 Cent Bald Cypress Seedling
      Prehistoric wood is found sometimes in swamps in New Jersey and other New England areas, although it is more common in the southeast. Its wood has long been valued for its water resistance, and in some places it is called ‘wood eternal'.
      California
      El Segundo