There is a short but steep hill between my house and my neighbors. I have a fence and so do they, but the hill is located between the fences.
The prior neighbor decided to plant leyland cypress trees along the hill. Now they are about 20 feet tall and FULL of bee's.
Add to the problem, the trees have bushed out and are pushing into the fences, not that I care about theirs, but its damaging mine.
So my plan is to go all ninja skills on the neighbors leyland cypressess trees, assassinate them.
In a twist of irony, I will offer my service to cut them down, cut them up and haul them off and suggest a replacement plant along the lines of a blue rug juniper for ground cover.
Which brings me to my planning stage......anyone got a good idea on how to kill 10 leyland cypress trees and make it look like an accident?