Laurus Nobilis Bay Tree (H)12M

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Create a beautiful focal point in your garden or at the front of your house with this Laurus Nobilis bay tree from Verve Excellent. Ideal for placing either side of doorways, this plant is also compatible with a wide range of soils.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Care instructions - Have a shallow root system so make sure they are protected from heavy frost and heat by top dressing with soil and have adequate drainage
  • You will receive a standard tree which has been trained into shape, with a bare straight stem and ball shape foliage

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Features and benefits

  • Grown for approximately 9 years in Belgium, hand pruned several times a year by skilled nurserymen to create the classic pyramid shape
  • If planted in a container repot every two to three years
  • To maintain shape prune with small secateurs - working around the head of the plant to keep an even conical shape

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Laurus Nobilis Bay Tree (H)12M
Brand Verve Excellent
Genus
Soil type Well drained soil
Maximum height 12m
Eventual height & spread
Environmental Information 50 % peat free
Flowering period
Where to plant Partial shade
Standard Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit

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