4499

Estimated Height at Pickup: 5-6’, 3 gal

A deciduous conifer with a natural triangular shape, excellent as a decorative large tree! Tolerant of deer and clay soil. Takes somewhat dry conditions after the taproot is established. Easily grown in moist soil, tolerates months of standing water.

Pollination: Male and Female individuals needed.

Light: Sun

Soil Moisture: Wet, Wet Mesic, Mesic

Soil Type: Loam, Sand, Clay, Muck

Height: 50‘-100’

Width: 20’-50’

Bloom Color: Insignificant

Bloom Time: -

Fruit: Female cones are round and split open at maturity.

Fall Color: Orange, Brown

Root Type: Taproot

Notable Wildlife Interactions: Hosts a few moths including the angle-winged emerald and cypress sphinx, as well as a few borers, beetles, and plant bugs. Seeds are eaten to a limited extent by ducks, turkeys, and tree squirrels. Provides habitat for yellow-throated warblers, pileated woodpeckers, as well as large water birds such as herons, egrets, bald eagles, and osprey.

Qty available:1

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