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Re: leylandii advice

Re: leylandii advice
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: August 21, 2007 20:55

If the leader has snapped off then it will not continue to grow. You may find that side shoots just below start to grow more up than out and take over, but the tree will never quite be the same. Given the young age it is probably worth replacing it.

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|  leylandii advice dave cullen 21/08/2007 20:32
||  Re: leylandii advice chris 21/08/2007 20:55
|||  Re: leylandii advice dave cullen 27/08/2007 20:26

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