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Cupressocyparis leylandii (Leylandi Hybrid Service)

The Leylandi plant, also called Hybrid Servi, was found in 1888 as a natural crossing of two different species, Alaska Cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis) and Monterey (Cupressus macrocarpa). The letter "X" at the beginning of the Latin name is an indication that it is a cross-cross hybrid. Leyland is the genealogy of the English farmer who finds it in the field. Since then, many variations have been made and used as solitary groupings in the landscape. They are conical, 15-20 meters wide, 7 meters wide and can spread in a wide range. They are green and seasonal plants. When their growths are thin and rough, when the growth of the shoots grows they can lead to a slight deterioration of the smoothness of the body. The leaves are also four corners. Mm. Reddish brown and terminal condition. Female flowers are yellow, larger than male flowers. Cones are 2 cm. 8 on the scale and brown. There are 5 seeds under each scale. Produced with seed and steel. Together with being resistant to frost, it is damaged by 20 degrees. It is resistant to air pollution and salt spills.