Location: Found near creek on No. 2 and No. 6. 

Tree information: It is sometimes called Taxodium distichum var. imbricarum and not treated as a distinct species. The leaves are distinctively different from common Taxodium and it has a different habit and range.

Size: Commonly 70’ to 80’ with specimens over 100’.

Growth rate: 18’ in 20 years.

Foliage description: Has a characteristic ‘ascending ‘leaf pattern as seen in the pictures below. The fall color is Russet (sometimes called fox red) .

USDA hardiness zone: 4 to 11

Provenance: Grown by Carlton Plants in Dayton, OR.  Purchased from Wenzel Nursery and planted in 2000.