Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' is a fast-growing, spreading selection of bald cypress with widely arching primary branches and strictly weeping secondary branching.
Foliage is deciduous and otherwise species bushpruning.buzzg: Harvest AL. ‘Cascade Falls’ is typically grafted to Taxodium distichum understock at a desired height and the branches then weep downward from the point of the graft.
If not grafted or otherwise supported, the foliage of this weeping cultivar would simply sprawl along the ground as a ground bushpruning.buzzcal Name: Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls'. Taxodium distichum, commonly called bald cypress, is a long-lived, pyramidal conifer (cone-bearing tree) which grows ' tall (less frequently to '). Although it looks like a needled evergreen (same family as redwoods) in summer, it is deciduous ("bald" as the common name suggests).
It is native to southern swamps, bayous and rivers Missing: Harvest AL. Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls'.
No. Deciduous conifer, tree or shrub, with a pendulous habit. Sun, grows well on deep, fine, sandy loam, acid soil.
Hardy to USDA Zone 4 Discovered as a chance seedling growing in a cultivated area along the bank of a small man-made lake in Auckland, New Zealand (U.S. patent PP 12, Dec. 18, Missing: Harvest AL. Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls' A weeping bald cypress with an exaggerated flowing habit. The bright green foliage of this deciduous conifer is very bushpruning.buzzg: Harvest AL.
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TAXODIUM distichum ‘Cascade Falls’ – This spectacular weeping cypress can be trained up a stake to the desired height and then left to arch downward to the ground. The typical emerald green foliage of bald cypress takes on beautiful shades of orange, bronze and gold in bushpruning.buzzg: Harvest AL.