Spread a general-purpose, fertilizer around the tree's drip line.
First year they received too much rain and they were in a low lying area apparently.
Leyland Cypress Trees: Care & Growing Guide. Can you grow Leyland cypress from cuttings? Cuttings Are the Best Way to Propagate Because Leyland cypress trees do not produce viable seeds, the most effective way to propagate them is by rooting cuttings. How do you grow a cedar tree from a cutting?
For the most part, the most successful rooting is achieved with cuttings that are taken from a tree less than 10 years old.
How to Propagate Cedar Trees. Step 1: Choose the Timing. Take cuttings from white cedar trees in late fall, winter or early spring. The Leyland Cypress ranges from zones 6 to 10 with a height of 30 to 50 feet and thrives in almost all soils with a PH ranging from 5 to 8, preferring full sun to light shade.
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by Colonel K0rn» Sat Mar 24, pm. If it was me, I would either 1. Hand weed a larger circumference around the base of the tree and then 2. do a careful spray of glyphosate in the area, underneath the leaves of the tree, since it's foliar absorbed. I'd make the mulched area much larger, and then.