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By Amale

Lebanon Lb

2 leylandii trees in my garden are dying, the lower branches are brownig and that spread up untill the complete death of the tree. what might that be, and is there any control to save them?



I'm afraid there is no cure - once the tree starts to brown, it's going to die eventually. It could be any one of a number of reasons, including lack of moisture at the roots.

1 Aug, 2011



2 Aug, 2011


In warm climates, this is a very short-lived tree, so it may just be time to go.

3 Aug, 2011

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