Cherry Laurel Rootball Hedging 150-175cm Rootball
Prunus caucasica, Cherry Laurel, is another ideal evergreen hedging plant for that ‘instant’ hedge, privacy screening, windbreak, etc. Prunus caucasica is easy to grow and easy to maintain. Wildlife friendly as it will produce white flowers followed by red berries for winter use. Prune each year for a denser hedge.
Common Name: Cherry Laurel, Laurel
Type: Self-Fertile, Evergreen
Size: 150-175cm tall Rootball
Planting Location: Full sun to full shade (inland)
Soil Type: Well-draining, normal to clay soils
Rate of Growth: Average growth about 30-50cm per year
Fertilise: Rootgrow upon initial planting and thereafter
Planting Distance: 1 per metre
Height: 6m over time
Spread: 6m over time
Misc: Good for screening, hedging, windbreak, privacy, etc.
***Scot Plants Direct can only supply Rootball plants when they are dormant during the winter months, but you can PRE ORDER now to ensure an early delivery date at the start of the season in November.
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