Leyland cypress


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Leyland cypress

(ˈleɪlənd)
n
(Plants) a fast-growing cypress, Cupressocyparis leylandii, that is a hybrid produced by crossing the macrocarpa with the Nootka cypress (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis): widely grown for hedging. Also called: Leylandii or Leylandi
[C19: named after C. J. Leyland (1849–1926), British horticulturalist]
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It is an appropriate time to be reminding you about hedge trimming because September is only a few days away, and that is an ideal time for cutting evergreen hedges like Leyland Cypress.
T1 conifer Leyland Cypress - remove; T2 cotoneaster reduce by 30% (no more than 3m); T3 conifer Leyland Cypress - remove.
In the grounds is "The Tree", an enormous Leyland cypress, which has been recognised as having the fifth biggest girth in the world.
QI have a Leyland cypress conifer hedge that's 35ft long by 6ft high, and it needs trimming twice yearly both on the sides and top.
ASK DIARMUID QI have a Leyland cypress conifer hedge that's 35ft long by 6ft high, and it needs trimming twice yearly both on the sides and top.
So Doles, like many Mississippi tree farmers, grows Leyland cypress, a hardy conifer known for its quick growth and ability to tolerate heat.
They include goat willow, common ash, Norway spruce, common elder and plum and apple trees as well as shrubs and Leyland Cypress.
Cutting now allows time for plants to harden off, so whether you've got a privet, box, leyland cypress, holly, laurel, yew, viburnum, thuja or Lawson's cypress, here's my handy guide.
The crash occurred on a private property and uprooted several large Leyland Cypress trees.
First Lady Deborah Bryant has chosen a 12-foot Leyland cypress donated by the Lazy Acres farm in Chunky for this year's Christmas tree at the Governor's Mansion.
I''m not talking about thugs like leyland cypress, but hardy herbaceous perennials which can reach 6ft in a year, then die down in winter.