Leyland Cypress

The Leyland Cypress, x Cupressocyparis leylandii

Mature Height
60 to 70 feet
Mature Spread
15 to 25 feet
Soil Type
Widely adaptable
Moisture
Well drained
Mature Form
Pyramidal
Growth Rate
Fast
Sun Exposure
Full Sun
Flower Color
N/A
Fall Color
Green
Foliage Color
Blue Green
Zones
6-10

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The Leyland Cypress, x Cupressocyparis leylandii, is a large, handsome evergreen that is used extensively in the Southeast. It is a favorite because it is fast growing, putting on three feet of growth per year on a good site.

Leyland cypress forms a graceful pyramid, with dense pendulous branches and fine, feathery foliage and has Christmas tree-like qualities. 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.

This cypress prefers sun to part shade and well-drained fertile soil. It is very adaptable, however, and tolerates acidic or alkaline soils and poor drainage on occasion. It withstands salt spray and is suited for coastal landscapes.

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