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RE: Leyland Cypress

if memory serves, leyland cypress are commercially produced by cuttings.  i
would try taking six inch cuttings of current year growth, strip the foliage
off the bottom half, maybe dip it in some rooting hormone if you have any
(indolbuteric acid), and stick the cuttings in pots of sand.  keep it moist
and shady, bottom heat is nice if available, and be patient.

Community Garden Coordinator 
Atlanta Community Food Bank 
970 Jefferson Street, NW 
Atlanta, GA  30318 


-----Original Message-----
From: Eddie Sisk [mailto:evsisk@carol.net]
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2000 10:02 AM
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject: [cg] Leyland Cypress

 How or can I root leyland cypress?     
                             evsisk@carol.net <mailto:evsisk@carol.net> 
                                     Eddie Sisk

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