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Laurus nobilis (Bay leaf) Evergreen

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Bay hedges, or Laurus nobilis, are evergreen hedges with fragrant, dark green foliage that adds both beauty and practicality to any landscape. They can grow up to 20 feet tall, are low-maintenance, and can be easily pruned to maintain a desired height and shape. Bay hedges are popular for their culinary uses and can be used to create natural barriers for privacy, sound reduction, and wind protection, as well as for topiary designs.

pots : 3 Litre pot 60-70 cm

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Laurus nobilis - Bay Laurel


Laurus nobilis, known as Bay Laurel, is a timeless classic in the world of aromatic and ornamental shrubs. With a rich history dating back to ancient times, this evergreen beauty adds both culinary and aesthetic appeal to your garden.

Key Features:

Foliage: Bay Laurel showcases dark, glossy leaves that exude a distinctive and aromatic scent when crushed. The dense, leathery leaves provide an elegant backdrop for your garden, making it a cherished addition.

Growth: This versatile evergreen shrub can be pruned into a variety of shapes, from hedges and topiaries to standalone specimens. Its adaptability suits both formal and informal garden designs, adding character and fragrance to any setting.

Culinary Treasure: Beyond its ornamental value, Bay Laurel leaves are prized for their culinary uses. They add a distinctive flavor to a range of dishes, making them a must-have for any kitchen garden.

Versatile Uses:

Laurus nobilis is cherished for its adaptability and versatility. It serves as a striking evergreen hedge, a fragrant topiary, or a culinary delight, enhancing the appeal of your garden while offering a delightful aromatic experience.

Low Maintenance:

Simplicity defines the care of Bay Laurel. Once established, it requires minimal attention. Pruning and shaping can be performed according to your preference, making it an easy-to-maintain addition to your garden.

Elevate your garden with Laurus nobilis - Bay Laurel. This remarkable evergreen shrub offers beauty, fragrance, and culinary delights. Its adaptability, aromatic charm, and timeless appeal make it a splendid addition to any landscape.

Overall, bay hedges are a beautiful and practical addition to any garden. Their fragrant foliage, versatility, and culinary uses make them a popular choice for gardeners and chefs alike.

Laurus nobilis Hedges

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