Bay Laurel Hedging
Laurus or Bay
They are evergreen and have glossy, aromatic leaves. These leaves are often used in cooking. In spring the Laurus Nobilis bears clusters of green-yellow flowers which are followed, on female plants by black berries.
Where to Site Your Laurus
These beautiful fragrant shrubs are perfect for hedges, flower borders, pots and training as topiary. Such a versatile shrub with many uses.
How to Grow and Look After your Laurus
Best suited to fertile soil in full or partial sun and should be sheltered from cold winds.
Regular pruning is not required but can be trimmed to maintain the shape in late spring.
If you are choosing to plant these in pots, then opt for a peat-based compost with extra grit to improve drainage. They will need regular watering and a good granular fertiliser from spring onwards.
- Laurus Nobilis Or Sweet Bay Laurel 15 Litre Pot 160/175cm£34.75Beautiful, formal hedge that bears sweetly scented foliage, plant these at 2 per metre for a scented hedge. If you live in an urban area where the garden is better sheltered than in the countryside or a seaside garden where frosts are less common, you can't beat the smell from the hedge as is fills the entire garden on a hot day. Learn More
- Sweet Bay Laurel Planted Screen 1 metre long x 1.8 Metre Tall (inc planter)£195.00