Cupressocyparis leylandii Gold Rider plant
Generalities of the Plant Cupressocyparis leylandii Gold Rider:
The Leyland cypress is an evergreen plant of the Cupressaceae family, native to North America but widely spread, as an ornamental plant, in the Mediterranean basin. It is an intergeneric hybrid between Cupressus macrocarpa and Callitropsis nootkatensis created for ornamental reasons since its characteristic morphology, its capacity for very rapid growth, its density, height and color make it suitable for use as a hedge or shield.
- jar 14cm, height 20/30cm
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- jar 14cm, heigh20/30cm
Generality of the Plant Cupressocyparis leylandii Gold Rider. :
The Leyland Cypress is an evergreen conifer, with an erect and columnar habit, with compact triangular-shaped foliage. There are varieties of this plant with more or less dense foliage and different colors, with which real green walls can be formed. In order to maintain a beautiful and compact hedge, the Leyland Cypress must be pruned twice a year. The Leyland Cypress hedges, also known as Leylandii, are very popular and there are various reasons. Because they grow so quickly, they often find themselves in new towns so that the inhabitants can have a nice hedge in no time. The beautiful green of the Leyland cypress, which it keeps all year round, is very attractive.
Cupressus GoldCrest Plant Care and Cultivation:
The Leyland cypress is one of the most widespread conifers, thanks to its adaptability and speed of growth and its beautiful ornamental foliage, it is also very rustic and tolerates both long periods of drought and cold below -20 ° C, and City smog. The specimens in the garden, in fact, are practically self-sufficient, and require little watering, only in periods of severe drought. The case is different for Leyland Cypresses grown in pots, which must be regularly wetted in well-drained soil to avoid water stagnation. They can be buried in the sun or in partial shade, at a distance of at least 60 cm each. on the other hand to avoid creating competition between the roots.