Name:Prunus Laurocerasus Rotundifolia, Cherry laurel, common laurel, English laurel
Height:120cm (4ft) above the rootball
Rate of growth: fast growing
Position: sun, partial shade or shade
Soil Type: range of well-drained soils expect shallow chalk.
Hedge spacing: We recommend planting laurel hedge between 60-100cm apart ( approximately 2-3ft apart)
Planter type: Supplied as rootball available for planting and delivery only between October and March
Cherry Laurel Hedges can be used to form screening , mark barier, or as an evergreen feature in the garden.
Prunus hedging is choice of hedge because they look fibulas and are easy to maintain thanks to the superb density and hardiness of laurel plants.
Any well-drained drained soil is capable of supporting a healthy laurel hedge and they do well in sun or partial shade.
Laurel will grow up to 60cm per year. You can keep laurel hedge at any height by trimming it once a year.
Care and Maintenance:
The Cherry Laurel hedges should be trimmed annually, ideally late summer to maintain the shape and height.
Rootbal hedging plants can be planted between November and February, not watering will be required until March.
Rootbal plants are dug directly from the field with ball of soil around the roots.
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