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Bald Cypress at QE Park Gardens

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A Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum) turning colour for the fall in Queen Elizabeth Park. This Bald Cypress specimen (there are four in QE Park) is one of the few deciduous conifer species in these gardens. The Bald Cypress is not native to British Columbia and usually grows in swampland in the southeastern United States. Photographed from one of the many paths in the Quarry Gardens at QE Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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A Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum) turning colour for the fall in Queen Elizabeth Park. This Bald Cypress specimen (there are four in QE Park) is one of the few deciduous conifer species in these gardens. The Bald Cypress is not native to British Columbia and usually grows in swampland in the southeastern United States.  Photographed from one of the many paths in the Quarry Gardens at QE Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.