Cherry Laurel


Prunus Laurocerasus ‘Rotundifolia” or Cherry Laurel. A very popular evergreen hedge due to its vigorous growth rate and robust nature on a wide variety of soil and site conditions. Not a plant for poor waterlogged soil with low soil PH, but this can be overcome by raising a ridge of soil 40cm off existing surface with adequately prepared topsoil, more tolerant of wind exposed site than
Portuguese laurel. Can be cut back to a stump if gets too strong, will re-sprout again unlike leylandii.
It’s available in a range of sizes from 2 litre pots up to mature rootball. Plant two per metre. Bareroot
while available in dormant season only, tend to have a notable percentage losses, but looks cheaper on a quotation comparison so let the buyer beware.
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