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(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)

This is a compact selection of cherry laurel, a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Attractive throughout the year, ‘Nana’ bears large, glossy, oblong leaves of rich, dark green which are held densely on its rounded form. An appealing display of small, highly fragrant white flower spikes appear above the foliage in spring. The modest size and good looks of this cultivar make it an excellent choice for hedges, foundation plantings or mixed borders.

Although...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Common Cherrylaurel, English Laurel, Otto Luyken English Laurel)

Cherrylaurel is a dense, evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. The compact habit and narrow, shiny, dark green leaves of the cultivar 'Otto Luyken' make it a superior choice for smaller garden areas. The leaves provide a nice foil for the spikes of fragrant white flowers in spring. Black fruits follow the flowers.

Otto Luyken cherrylaurel grows fairly quickly and best in moist, fertile, well-drained soil, accepts sun or shade, and tolerates salt spray. It excels as a low...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Cherrylaurel)

‘Shipkaensis’ is a compact, wide-spreading selection of cherry laurel, a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Attractive throughout the year, it bears large, glossy, oblong leaves of rich, dark green which are held densely on its ample form. An appealing display of small, highly fragrant white flower spikes appear above the foliage in spring. The modest height, spreading habit and attractive appearance of this variety make it an excellent choice for hedges, foundation...

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James H. Schutte

(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 lusitanica photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Common Cherrylaurel)

A superb plant for screens and hedges, Portugal laurel features dense, lush evergreen foliage and pretty white flower spikes in late spring. Native to southwestern Europe, this broadleaf evergreen is often pruned to maintain a shrub-like habit, or may be limbed up to form a shade tree. Its glossy, oblong, dark green leaves are held on red stems and have a leathery texture. Long, tapering spikes of white flowers appear at the branch tips in late spring. The fragrant blooms are pollinated by bees,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Beach Plum)

The traditional source of beach plum jelly, this hardy, suckering, deciduous shrub is a signature plant of coastal dunes from New Brunswick to Maryland. Typically low-growing in its windswept native haunts, it can attain small-tree stature in less demanding conditions.

The toothed, oval, dull green leaves with paler fuzzy undersides emerge in mid-spring, shortly after the small, white, bee-pollinated flowers open. The abundant blooms occur in numerous small clusters on the previous year's...

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Jesse Saylor

(Column Sargent's Cherry, Sargent's Cherry)

With many ornamental qualities, Sargent cherry selection 'Columnaris' has pale pink springtime flowers, yellow and orange-red fall foliage, glossy reddish brown bark and small glossy red fruits! A deciduous tree with an upright, narrow shape, it is native to the Sakhalin Peninsula of eastern Russia, Korea and Japan. The smooth, glossy bark is a reddish sienna-brown with horizontal rows of lenticels (small pores).

In spring the newly emerging leaves are glossy dark red. Meanwhile clusters of pale...

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Jesse Saylor

(Rancho Flowering Cherry, Sargent's Cherry)

With many ornamental qualities, Rancho Sargent cherry has pale pink springtime flowers, yellow and orange-red fall foliage, glossy reddish brown bark and small glossy red fruits! A deciduous tree with an upright, narrow shape, it is native to the Sakhalin Peninsula of eastern Russia, Korea and Japan. The smooth, glossy bark is a reddish sienna-brown with horizontal rows of lenticels (small pores).

In spring the newly emerging leaves are glossy dark red. Meanwhile clusters of pale pink flowers...

Image of Prunus tomentosa photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Nanking Cherry)

A dense medium-sized deciduous shrub valued for its cold-hardiness and its early bloom, this Asian native bears masses of scented pale pink flowers in earliest spring. Edible round red fruits follow the flowers. The reddish-brown bark provides winter interest. The oval leaves have fuzzy undersides.

This tough shrub relishes sun and well-drained soil, and thrives in areas with cold winters. Use it where its early flowers can be seen and smelled. It is also a candidate for the edible garden.