Cherry Laurel Caucasica

Prunus laurocerasus Caucasica

Native to Central Asia, Prunus laurocerasus Caucasica or Cherry Laurel Caucasica is an More details

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Native to Central Asia, Prunus laurocerasus Caucasica or Cherry Laurel Caucasica is an evergreen shrub perfect for creating a dense and bushy hedge. Its dark green lacquered foliage and white spring bloom make it a year-round interest. Rapidly growing shrub (40 to 60 cm per year), hardy down to -15 ° C, robust and easy to maintain, it can reach 3 to 4 m in height in adulthood for a width of 2, 50 m but It supports pruning very well. Once a year is enough.

The leaves of Cherry Laurel Caucasica are long and narrow, with smooth edges, of a beautiful dark green, shiny on the top, duller on the reverse. Young shoots are paler. In April-May, spikes of small, simple, white, fragrant and honey-bearing flowers appear, attracting foraging insects. They are followed by red fruits turning black, inedible but very popular with birds.

Prunus laurocerasus Caucasica accepts any type of well-drained soil and any location. It is resistant to drought and pollution. To highlight the shine of its foliage, install it preferably in the sun.

Cherry Laurel Caucasica turns out to be an excellent choice for the creation of your evergreen hedges, its glazed leaves offering you a screen of greenery all year round.

Caractéristiques

  • Common name Cherry Laurel Caucasica
  • Family Rosaceae
  • Number of species 200
  • Origin Asia
  • Category shrub
  • Height 3/4M
  • Spread 2M50
  • Foliage evergreen
  • Hardiness -15°C
  • Blossom April - May
  • Color of flowers white
  • Position Sun, partial shade
  • Use isolated - shrubbery - hedge
  • Soil all
  • Habit bushy
  • Earth to use universal potting soil/garden soil/compost
  • Density per m² 3 per linear meter
  • Enemies aphids - caterpillars
  • Possible diseases powdery mildew
  • Copyright image Boland F.

Delivery

Bpost / Livraison à domicile
Delivery scheduled between the 2021-05-19 and 2021-05-21
Mondial relay / Point d’enlèvement
Delivery scheduled between the 2021-05-20 and 2021-05-25
DPD / Livraison à domicile
Delivery scheduled between the 2021-05-19 and 2021-05-20
DPD / Point d’enlèvement
Delivery scheduled between the 2021-05-19 and 2021-05-20

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