Cherry Laurel Hedging 2.5-3ft Evergreen Plants Multi Stem A+ 4 Litre Pots

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Create a breathtaking garden sanctuary with Cherry Laurel, the ultimate choice for enhancing your landscape. Whether you’re looking to create a charming hedge, add privacy with a screening plant, or enhance the beauty of your landscape, Cherry Laurel is the go-to choice.

With its tough and resilient nature, it can thrive in various growing conditions, including shade and dry areas. Plus, its exceptional response to pruning allows you to sculpt it into any desired shape or size.

Plant Guide

Don’t feed in full sun as the feed soaks into the leaf. Granular feed is also ok around the base to soak into the roots. Once every 4-6 weeks is enough for this. For this size of pot dig a hole half spades in depth and width, and add some compost or good fine topsoil to help give the plants and roots an easy start. Water every 2-3 days in typical weather for the first 4-6 weeks, for hot weather every day.

Plant 3-4 per meter for best results. Measurements are of plants only and don’t include pots. All year-round evergreen hedging plant Pot grew and supplied in pots ( Not Plugs ) Fast growing 2-3ft per year Plant 1 Laurel every 30cm (1 ft) for a good thick hedge. Grown Locally in our Nursery and not imported Friendly free advice on request

Best Uses

They are a fast-growing species that, with their dense, hardy, evergreen foliage, provide effective privacy and protection any time of year.

Cherry laurel hedges are also tolerant of polluted and dry locations as well as dense shade, making them ideal for problem areas such as poor soil or parts of the garden with minimal sun exposure.

This option is grown in a pot, so it can be used as an ornamental shrub to adorn patios or gardens where space is limited.

Children, cats, dogs and other pets are safe around Cherry Laurel.

Care Advice

Low-maintenance cherry laurel species need a simple trim once a year. However, if you’re going for a more formal appearance, you may want to trim them more regularly. Remove damaged or diseased shoots when you prune your laurel hedge in late winter or early spring.

Plant Combinations

Cherry laurel hedging is typically planted as a standalone shrub to highlight its various qualities and lovely appearance; hence, companion plants are rarely necessary to enhance the garden’s attractiveness. Because of its modestly spreading behaviour, cherry laurel tends to fill up the area around where it is planted and produces a lovely, bushy hedge that can be pruned to a smaller shape as needed. This characteristic of laurel hedging is typical in general.

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