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Image of Prunus caroliniana photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Carolina Cherrylaurel)

Carolina cherry laurel is a large pyramidal evergreen shrub or small tree native to the southeastern U.S. Its lustrous dark green foliage is attractive year round and takes well to shearing. Clusters of small, unpleasantly fragrant, creamy white flowers bloom in late winter to midspring. Glossy black cherry-like fruit follows, which is relished and disseminated by birds. Several compact cultivars of Carolina cherry laurel are available.

Carolina cherry laurel succeeds in well drained soil in...

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James Burghardt

(Bright 'n Tight™ Carolina Cherrylaurel, Carolina Cherrylaurel)

Carolina cherry laurel is a large pyramidal evergreen shrub or small tree native to the southeastern U.S. Its cultivar Bright ‘N Tight™ features a compact dense habit and small, dark green, lustrous leaves. Clusters of small, unpleasantly fragrant, creamy white flowers bloom in late winter to midspring. Glossy black cherry-like fruit follows, which is relished and disseminated by birds.

Bright ‘N Tight™ succeeds in well drained soil in sun or partial shade, and tolerates seaside conditions. Use...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Cherry Plum, Krauter Vesuvius Cherry Plum, Purpleleaf Plum)

An ancient hybrid escaped from gardens, cherry plum is a small deciduous tree found throughout southern Europe and western China. The shiny, reddish-purple leaves of the cultivar 'Krauter Vesuvius' are so dark they seem to absorb light. In spring, it covers itself with light pink flowers. They are followed by a sparse crop of small round edible plums. The habit is compact, upright, and rounded.

The dark leaves make the tree useful as a landscape feature or foil. Being small the tree is valuable...

Image of Prunus glandulosa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Flowering Almond)

Flowering almond is a small, erect, slender-stemmed deciduous shrub native to China. In midspring showy clusters of pink or white flowers crowd the length of the stems just as the leaves begin to emerge. It is usually grown in the form of its double-flowered cultivar 'Rosea Plena'.

Flowering almond requires sun and well-drained soil. Use it in the mixed border or shrub planting or for bonsai. Stems harvested in late winter or early spring can be forced into bloom.

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Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Almond)

Flowering almond is a small, erect, slender-stemmed deciduous shrub native to China. In midspring showy clusters of pink or white flowers crowd the length of the stems just as the leaves begin to emerge. It is usually grown in the form of its double-flowered cultivar 'Rosea Plena'.

Flowering almond requires sun and well-drained soil. Use it in the mixed border or shrub planting or for bonsai. Stems harvested in late winter or early spring can be forced into bloom.

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Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Almond)

Flowering almond is a small, erect, slender-stemmed deciduous shrub native to China. In midspring showy clusters of pink or white flowers crowd the length of the stems just as the leaves begin to emerge. It is usually grown in the form of its double-flowered cultivar 'Rosea Plena'.

Flowering almond requires sun and well-drained soil. Use it in the mixed border or shrub planting or for bonsai. Stems harvested in late winter or early spring can be forced into bloom.

Image of Prunus laurocerasus photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Common Cherrylaurel)

Cherry laurel is a large, wide-spreading, dense, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Its large, leathery, shiny, dark green leaves provide a nice foil for its spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. Black fruits follow the flowers. Many cultivars of cherry laurel are available, including numerous compact selections.

Cherry laurel prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soil, accepts sun or shade, and tolerates salt spray. It excels as a hedge or screen, or in the mixed...

(Common Cherrylaurel)

The new spring growth of this handsome evergreen shrub is coppery-orange, creating a striking contrast with its rich, glossy, dark green mature foliage. It is a form of cherry laurel, a large, wide-spreading woody species native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. More compact in size than its parent, ‘Anbri’ forms a dense, rounded outline and displays small spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. It excels as a hedge or screen, and is a lovely addition to mixed borders or foundation plantings.

Although...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Common Cherrylaurel)

Cherry laurel is a large, wide-spreading, dense, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Its large, leathery, shiny, dark green leaves provide a nice foil for its spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. Black fruits follow the flowers. Many cultivars of cherry laurel are available, including numerous compact selections.

Cherry laurel prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soil, accepts sun or shade, and tolerates salt spray. It excels as a hedge or screen, or in the mixed...

Image of Prunus laurocerasus

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Common Cherrylaurel)

Cherry laurel is a large, wide-spreading, dense, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Its large, leathery, shiny, dark green leaves provide a nice foil for its spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. Black fruits follow the flowers. Many cultivars of cherry laurel are available, including numerous compact selections.

Cherry laurel prefers moist, fertile, well-drained soil, accepts sun or shade, and tolerates salt spray. It excels as a hedge or screen, or in the mixed...