I bought a Bald Cypress about 7 foot tall that I would like to plant
totally in my pond. We are looking for that swamp effect and have the
knees of the tree come out of the water eventually.
I have been told you can and I have been told you can not. The areas
I want to plant it is about 12 to 18 inches deep.
I do have a willow planted close to the bank, but was looking for a
tree to actually plant in the water, thats why I choose the cypress as
the swamps and lakes in and around Florida have this species growing
there. I live in south central alabama, and the hardiness of the tree
I have is sufficient for this area.
How would one go about fertilizing this tree if its in water. Could
you use those plant or tree fertilizer spikes?
Any info greatly appreciated.
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