Cherry laurel (Hedging)


Laurel is a well known hedging plant species and the Cherry Laurel in particular demonstrates the many reasons why they are so popular. Prunus laurocerasus ‘Rotundifolia’ is a worthy RHS AGM winner, awarded in part for it’s large glossy leaves and the elegant creamy white flower spikes that form in Spring. The fragrant blooms will draw pollinating insects to visit your garden and as the flowers fade, glossy cherry-red berries take their place to provide food for birds too. Prunus laurocerasus ‘Rotundifolia’ will be equally happy in full sun or in the shade of mature trees. This handsome shrub is a good all-rounder making a superb low maintenance specimen plant for borders, woodland areas and wildlife gardens. Height: 8m (26′). Spread: 4m (13′). Supplied as 50 – 80cm bareroots (20 31) Height: 8m (26′). Spread: 4m (13′). Planting Distance: 75cm (30)

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