A Conifer of Unusual Appearance
Cascade Falls Bald Cypress is a long-lived conifer with an unusual appearance. It would draw attention planted in your small garden or along a retaining wall where it could “flow” over the stone.
Neighbors may gaze at the beauty of your summer yard as they pass by, but they will stop and ask questions about Cascade Falls. Cascade Falls is a weeping form of the much larger Bald Cypress. Branches grow out from the trunk and plunge downward in an arch to trail upon the ground.
Bright green needles line the branches, turning brown in the autumn before falling to the ground. You won’t notice the flowers and fruit of the Cascade Falls because they’re rather inconspicuous, but you will notice the birds and butterflies that come to visit because of them.
The Cascade Falls allows for your own personal creativity. You can decide how you want this conifer to look, making it a unique one-of-a-kind statement for your garden. Stake it and allow it to grow up to 20 feet tall with an 8 foot spread. Leave it un-staked and it will form an uncommon ground cover.
Nothing draws attention to a yard like the unusual, and Cascade Falls is certainly a rare and unusual find among conifers. Choose this one-of-a-kind conifer for your one-of-a kind garden today.
* Unusual appearance
* Adaptable to pruning
|Botanical Name||Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' (PP12296)|
|Mature Height||8 - 12 feet|
|Mature Spread||4 - 5 feet|
|Soil Type||Widely Adaptable|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|