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ARIZONA CYPRESS (Cupressus arizonica )

  Evergreen: Yes Size: Medium Bloom Period: Inconspicuous Flowers Exposure: Sun Category: Trees Landscape Uses:This pyramidal tree works great as a screen or windbreak.Plant Description: Arizona Cypress is an evergreen conifer reaching a mature height of fourty-five feet with a spread of twenty.  With a moderate growth rate, this tree grows well in poor soils and once established is very drought tolerant. Tree Sizes 30 Gallon 45 Gallon 95 Gallon   60 Inch Box 72 Inch Box 84 Inch Box 120 Inch Box...
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ASH (Fraxinus spp.)

Evergreen: No Size: Large Bloom Period: Inconspicuous Flowers Exposure: Sun Category: Trees Landscape Uses: Plant as a shade tree. The fall colors range from yellow to red depending on variety. Plant Description: Fraxinus pennsylvanica or Green Ash is a fast growing deciduous shade tree that has beautiful yellow fall color.  This tree has more of an irregular canopy reaching heights of fifty feet with a width of thirty feet.  Grows well in alkaline soils and once established it is drought tolerant.   Fraxinus texensis also known as Texas Ash is known for its fiery fall colors of red, orange and yellow. This deciduous tree is more drought and heat tolerant than other species.  This tree reaches fifty feet tall and wide at maturity....
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BALD CYPRESS (Taxodium distichum )

Evergreen: No Size: Large Bloom Period: Inconspicuous Flowers Exposure: Sun Category: Trees Landscape Uses: A unique tree that attracts attention in the landscape. This tree will survive in wet or dry soil and has bright orange/brown fall color.Plant Description: Bald Cypress is a deciduous conifer tree that can grow one hundred feet tall.  The leaves have a soft and feathery appearance.  The bark is grey in color and has fiber-like ridges that peel off in strips.  Native specimens can be found along rivers and in wet, swampy soils....
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