Leyland Cypress Infected by Spider Mites?

Answer Leyland cypress, or x Cupressocyparis leylandii trees, are popular in the Southeastern U.S. because of their value as rapidly growing hedges and screen plants. They are susceptible to attack by a n... Read More »

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Leyland Cypress Infected by Blight?

Leyland cypress or x Cupressocyparis leylandii are pyramid-shaped trees that grow between 60 and 70 feet tall with a 12 to 20 foot spread. These fast-growing evergreen trees are susceptible to seve... Read More »

What is a Leyland cypress?

The Leyland cypress is an evergreen tree that grows at a fast rate of about 3 to 4 feet a year. It has delicate soft green needles on flat branches. When it matures, the needles turn a bluish-green... Read More »

How big does a Leyland cypress get?

The Leyland cypress (x Cupressocyparis leylandii) is a fast-growing evergreen with blue green needles. The Leyland reaches heights between 60 and 90 feet and has a 12- to 15-inch spread. Leyland cy... Read More »

How to Plant Leyland Cypress?

The Leyland Cypress tree is a hybrid of the Alaska-cedar and Monterey Cypress. It has recently become a very popular choice for Christmas trees because it grows faster and is much lower maintenance... Read More »