Taxodium distitchum 'Falling Waters'
More About Taxodium distitchum 'Falling Waters'
- A true weeper with graceful, cascading branches
- Furrowed bark and golden fall colour
- Central leader grows straight up
- Height is dependent on staking
Falling Waters Bald Cypress Growing and Maintenance Tips
This plant is lovely draped over a wall or as a specimen in a rock garden. Staking and creative pruning will make each plant uniquely individual. While taxodium have the appearance of evergreens, they shed their needles every fall. Note: Chlorosis often occurs in an alkaline soil.
Taxodium distitchum 'Falling Waters' Characteristics
Moist to Average
Moist to Wet Soils