|Leylands are an excellent choice for quick screens, hedges and groupings, especially on large properties.
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The Leyland Cypress is a handsome, fast growing evergreen that is used extensively in the Southeast . This rapidly growing landscape
evergreen has fine, feathery, soft-green pointed needles and keeps its foliage year round. This popular landscaping tree grows well in many
southeastern states and is sustainable in plant hardiness zones 6-10. It is an excellent choice for privacy screens, hedges, groupings, noise
abatement and even as Christmas trees. Leyland cypress is a hybrid of two Pacific Coast species, Monterey cypress and the Alaska-cedar.
Leyland Cypress Trees grow so fast, within a few years you will have full privacy. These fast growing privacy evergreen trees offer you
year-round seclusion if planted 6-ft. apart. They also make a great noise buffer and do best in full sun.
No pruning or shearing is needed for full, even growth! Leyland Cypress grow in a uniform pyramidal shape, The Leyland Cypress Tree
takes the heat and does well in any soil from sandy to heavy clay. This is only one of the reasons they are the most popular evergreen trees
Soft to the touch – Leyland Cypress Trees are green year around. The graceful, pyramidal shape lends itself well to many landscape
uses. The Leyland Cypress can be impressive as a single evergreen tree or plant them in rows for a full privacy barrier.
|Seeing too much of your neighbors?
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|Leylands are the most well known Evergreen Privacy trees
|This is a fast-growing evergreen when young and will quickly outgrow its space in small landscapes. It is an excellent choice
for quick screens, hedges and groupings, especially on large properties. This tree tolerates severe trimming, and can be
restrained at an early age with pruning. Although Leyland cypress can be sheared into a tall screen on small lots, it is most
effective when allowed to develop into its natural shape. Regular trimming is necessary to retain a formal hedge, screen or
windbreak. When considering this tree for use in a design, be mindful of its projected height.It is a good background plant,
and contrasts well with broadleaf evergreens.