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Why do Leyland Cypress turn brown

The insige limbs turn brown and die. The branches remain green where the sun gets to them but the north side of the trees are dying.
asked Jan 30, 2014 by anonymous






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Is that part of the tree in the shade? If so, don't worry, if not, could be a lack of winter watering.
answered Feb 12, 2014 by max darrington

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