Portuguese cherry laurel in various sizes.
This Prunus owes its name to its origin in Portugal. If you plant this hedge in your garden, it will transform into a Mediterranean atmosphere. You can further support this effect by combining the hedge plant with other plants from the south, such as star jasmine.
Easy to prune, ideal for modern gardens
Because this hedge plant is easy to prune in a very tight, formal manner, Prunus lusitanica 'Angustifolia' is also very suitable for a modern garden. The uses and combinations of this hedge plant are very varied.
Evergreen shrub for a dense growing hedge
The Portuguese laurel is a beautiful evergreen shrub that is very suitable for a hedge because of its dense and compact growth. Prunus lusitanica Angustifolia has pretty red branches with leathery, green leaves that grow elliptically, lanceolate. The flowering from May to June is white and produces black fruits 1 cm long.
Find the best location for the Portuguese Cherry Laurel in your garden
The Portuguese cherry laurel grows well in any soil type and in any location. For 1 metre of hedge you will need approximately 3 to 5 plants, depending on the size you choose. The plants are grown in pots, so you can use these plants all year round.
It is available in different sizes.
We hope you enjoy the Portuguese cherry laurel in your garden.
|Botanical name:||Prunus Lusitanica Angustifolia|
|Colloquial name:||Portugal laurel|
|Growth form:||Columnar-shaped, branched|
|Mature height:||2 - 3 Meter|
|Growth:||15 – 25 cm per year|
|Leaf color:||dark green|
Blossom / fruit
|Blossom:||panicle forms, simple|
|Flowering period:||May to June|
|Location:||full sun, semi shade|
|Flowering period:||all year round|
|Use for:||hedge plant|
|Ships as:||as pot plant|