- Our trees: 3-5'
- Mature height: 70-100 feet
Color: fall, rusty red, often draped with Spanish moss
Attracts: Turkey, ducks, birds, squirrels; nesting for bald eagles
Growing conditions: average, well-drained soil; full sun; low maintenance
Native range: Southeastern United States
One of the longest living trees in the world, living for hundreds of years, Bald Cypress's lacy leaves turn burnt orange in the fall before falling. In the wild it’s often found in swamps, its branches weighed down with Spanish moss. It can top 100 feet tall, and in the wetlands grows roots, or “knees,” at its base.