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Italian Cypress

Italian Cypress

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Looking to add style, elegance and height to your property, but have limited space? The Italian Cypress Tree is the right choice for you!

The Italian Cypress grows tall and narrow. Its shape is compact, making it perfect for tight spaces. In fact, even though this evergreen tree has a mature height of up to 50 feet, the width is only 4 to 5 feet – making it one of the most popular columnar trees (view all columnar trees).

This tall, unique tree is sure to get noticed and add value and beauty to your property. The blue-green color of the Italian Cypress foliage is highly sought after in landscape design. Increase your property value instantly.

Growing up to 3 feet per year, this evergreen is certainly a fast-growing tree. You can control the height by pruning the top. They require little water, adapt to most soils, and are heat tolerant. Italian Cypress Trees are drought tolerant. Full to partial sun is ideal for them to thrive. 

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Cypress likes to be on the dry side. Choose a sunny location (4 to 8 hours of sunlight daily) with well-drained soil.Plant in a hole that is just as deep but twice as wide as the root ball of the tree.Water well at the time of planting. Be sure not to let your new trees dry out within the first few months before they are established. We recommend watering your trees as soon as they arrive – even before you plant them. This will ensure that the roots are moist and ready for planting. Once established these evergreen trees are drought tolerant and will only need to be watered once or twice a month in summer.Winter is the ideal time to prune for shape, height, or to remove problem branches.Early Spring is the best time to fertilize and add any soil amendments.

Poinsettias, Euphorbia pulcherrima, are attractive house plants with dark green leaves and leafy red ‘bracts’ that surround the green-yellow flowers in December and January. They’re commonly used to decorate the home at Christmas. Native to Mexico, poinsettias can be tricky to keep alive after Christmas and most are thrown away after the red bracts have faded and the festivities have ended. However, with a little care and attention it’s possible to keep your poinsettia alive throughout the year and even encourage red bracts and flowers to form in time for the following Christmas.