Cherry Laurel Novita 30cm Pot Grown
- Supplied 30cm tall, 9cm Pot Grown for year round planting
- Evergreen, ideal for hedging, screening
- Price Includes VAT
Prunus Novita is a new introduction with dense oblong glossy green leaves. It is exceptionally hardy, fast growing and ideal for hedging and screening. Novita will show clusters of white scented flowers followed by glossy black berries when mature.
Prunus Novita is great for slopes, banks, anywhere there is a need for hedging or screening. It is drought tolerant, and can be a good ground cover plant. One of its best characteristics is that it is an evergreen and low maintenance.
Where to Plant
Plant in well-draining soil, full sun to partial shade. Best soil types would be chalky, clay, loamy and sandy, but will tolerate most soil types. Prunus Novita will grow to about 4m when mature and have a spread as wide. Prune to keep a well kept hedge or screen. Plant 3-5 per metre for single row hedge, or 5-7 for double staggered row hedge.
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