Online Catalogue | Cherry (or Common) Laurel Hedging (Prunus laurocerasus rotundifolia)
Click here for a chart of species characteristics to help you chooseThe most common hedging plant of the Laurels is Cherry Laurel and it's not the country's biggest selling hedge plant species without good reason! Cherry Laurel is a fast growing hedge (without being a bully), with large, glossy bright green leaves, is fully evergreen, very easy to grow and easy to maintain. Laurel is suitable for hedging from 1.5m up to 5m so we have it at all heights from 30cm up to over 2m. It's one of the few evergreen species that can handle being grown as a bare root plant so that's a very economic way to establish a new hedge. Bare root plants are available from November to early April (sometimes late March). The pot grown hedging plants are available all year round and we grow them all on our nurseries so we can offer very good prices.Cell grown plants are an ideal way to establish a new hedge at very low cost, providing you can be patient whilst they grow - planted densely they give a very solid hedge. They are available all year round and we have discounted the packs of larger quantities with further discounts available if you need more than 500 Cherry Laurel hedge plants.For bushier, bulkier plants which will give a more immediate solution, we recommend root ball plants (available from late October) until early April.Harmful if eaten.Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available.
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