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Leyland cypress

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If people have had these very itchy bites in the last month or so, then they should ask themselves have I been near a Cupressus Leylandii hedge or is there one around their garden.
One well-known example of a leylandii-related dispute came in 2005 when a 72-year-old man from Lincolnshire was jailed for a day after being convicted of persistently urinating against his neighbour's leylandii to try to kill it.
Leylandii grow three feet a year, forcing homeowners to trim them annually.
Until very recently I thought a leylandii was some sort of 4X4 that poshos drove around Chelsea.
Grandmother Josephine MacDonald said she "trimmed" her neighbour's leylandii, in October, 2009, as it was hanging over into her garden.
If you have the space and no neighbours to worry about, then conifers, even Leylandii, can be left to grow to maturity.
HIS sun-blocking leylandii trees infuriated the neighbours but David Alvand has finally seen the light.
Lord Hugh Rodley, of Tudor Manor, in Twyning, near Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, has refused to trim the giant leylandii despite having orders served on him from the council.
A garden planted by the man who first cultivated the notorious Leylandii has been discovered after being hidden away for half a century.
The green reptile called Dino is clinging to a branch 50ft up a leylandii tree at a house in Woolton Lane, Garston.
QA private house next door to our council house has a massive leylandii tree which is taking more and more light from our back garden.
The leylandii - in the garden of John Stead's Kingfield Road, Solihull Lodge, semi - crashed through a fence on Monday afternoon and struck the side of the neighbouring house, ripping off guttering.