Cypress Trees

The Cypress Tree, Cupressus, is an evergreen tree that is tall with a pyramidal shape specifically seen when the tree is young. The Cypress Tree has bark that is either or smooth or in some species is separates into thin strips and is aromatic as it has glandular pits on its outer surface.

The leaves of the Cypress Trees are small, scalelike, and awl-shaped. The Cypress Tree is native to the warm and subtropical regions of Asia, Europe, and North America. The lifespan of the Cypress Tree is long with some reporting to over 1,000 years old.


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Evergreen Trees are plants with leaves that always remain green throughout the duration of a year. Unlike deciduous trees that adapt for seasonal shifts by losing their foliage in the winter or dry seasons, evergreen trees never lose all of their leaves at a single regular moment.

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