tom d asked 10 years ago

Im planning to set some castlewellan gold leylandii to replace my dead hedge. i have cut down all the hedge to ground level but left the roots in. can i still plant the leylandii about 1foot in from the roots?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Leylandii is a very vigorous hedge only suitable for large gardens and if you think you will be able to keep it clipped.

You can plant between dead roots wherever you can find space.