Leyland cypress

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Related to Leyland cypresses: Cupressocyparis leylandii

Leyland cypress

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Leyland cypresses, those quick-growing conifers notorious for creating `hedges from hell', are prominent all year round.
Burke planted Leyland cypresses along the southwest side of the garden to create a sense of enclosure.
If you live along the coast and are trying to replant, we've found that the Leyland cypresses, nandinas, viburnums, and ligustrums weathered remarkably well," De Luca says.
The first is typified by deciduous trees with a light canopy of leaves even in summer, such as birch and flowering cherries, while the second has the sun blocked by a thick screen of evergreen foliage - maybe Leyland cypresses - or by walls or fences.
5in) long, suitable for clipping soft growth on any kind of hedge - privet, yew, hawthorn etc as well as Leyland cypresses and similar conifer trees.