leylandii


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leylandii

(leɪˈlændɪaɪ) or

leylandi

n
(Plants) other names for Leyland cypress
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Of course what these homeowners had done was to plant the new fast growing Cupressus Leylandii hedges which introduced these small flying beetles that require blood in the Autumn to survive.
ASK DAVID QMY neighbour wants me to lop three meters off the top of my leylandii trees.
Cutting down the height of leylandii shouldn't kill it off
My neighbour wants me to lop 3m off the top of my leylandii trees.
Also known as Thuja plicata, it's a great alternative to leylandii, as it is slower growing and can be cut back into old wood without adverse effects.
The Required Tasks Include Removal Of Old Birch And Packing, Cutting And Shaping Fences With New Birch Along With Supplying Leylandii For Fences As Required.
I noticed the furore over JK Rowling having her leylandii tree trimmed this week.
They say the work to trim the massive leylandii hedge border is having less than magical effects, causing tailbacks on surrounding roads.
The problem was caused by Leylandii trees planted by tenants which have grown about 30 foot high, and which are pushing the tarmac up with their roots.
The only time we know he's there is when he's on his karaoke machine in the conservatory," said one, their blushes - and, no doubt, phone bill to the local police station - having been spared by the massive, ever-growing leylandii trees that created an impenetrable divide between their two back gardens.
TWO neighbours fought a 14-month battle over leylandii trees involving the police, politicians and national planners.
There is nothing more unsightly than a mature Leylandii minus its head, the side growth cut back so savagely that the bones of the tree stand out like ribs on an X-ray plate.