Bluespruce and moon grower. Does this hel? Julian
Looks more like a Lawson cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) can't tell which one from the photo, need a shot of the whole tree, but looks from this to at least be a medium grower and not a dwarf conifer
16 Jan, 2010
Many many thanks. But certainly NOT a lelandii?
I'd agree with Bluespruce, meant to post earlier but got distracted. No not a lelandii. Is the tree in your neighbour's garden or yours?
TREE IN NEIGHBOURS GARDEN. I NOW THINK THAT I HAVE ENOUGH TO PERSUADE THE BUILDING INSPECTOR THAT THIS IS NOT A LELANDII! VERY MANY THANKS TO YOU BOTH. Julian
17 Jan, 2010
sorry to be the one to put doubt on this ,when you first asked I thought that it could not be leylandii because it had not grown enough for 10 years, but compeiring it to some laylandii growing localy which I have cut a small branch off and put aginst your photo, I feal that the inspector proberly knows what he is talking about, and the tree may have it's roots restricted or has not been geting the water it needs,these inspector's usualy know their job, sorry.
How near to your building is it going to be?
Ah! Doubt is cast. The suspect fir is 7 meters away from the building.
if you rember MG I was in a simular position a while back , and I think it is time someone gave Mandiwall the advice I got on the quirt' this misterious desise could strike any were especaly on sutch a sickly tree,
7 metres will b fine Julian
Just for the non believers.....definitely Lawson cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) and NOT Leylandii ( x Cupressocyparis leylandii)
who are the non belivers BS, I hope very much for Julian's sake that you are right,but they do not usualy give inspcters jobs to fools.
Bluespruce I thank you. The matter is closed from my point of view and I hope that I have not caused unrest in the ranks. J
My pleasure Mandiwall
How do I say thanks?
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