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An outstanding, fragrant tree that wows - the Bay Laurel is second to none. Use the Sweet Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) Tree as an ornamental, or as a part of your cooking spice collection. This versatile, amazing little variety has an array of uses and can even be trained as a topiary.




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An outstanding, fragrant tree that wows - the Bay Laurel is second to none. Use the Sweet Bay Laurel (Laurus nobilis) Tree as an ornamental, or as a part of your cooking spice collection. This versatile, amazing little variety has an array of uses and can even be trained as a topiary.


1. Planting: When planting your Bay Laurel, find a location that offers full to partial sun (4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day). This tree can adapt to a wide variety of soil type as long as it drains well. When you're ready to plant, dig a hole that's three times the width of the root ball and slightly shallower than the root ball.


Cooks are familiar with bay leaves as a source of flavor in soups, stews, and sauces, but the trees that produce them, bay laurels (latin name: Laurus nobilis, family: Lauraceae), are also noted for their ornamental qualities. An evergreen shrub that hails from the Mediterranean region, bay laurels are slightly temperamental when it comes to growing conditions. However, with the ideal conditions, these plants are welcome additions to any home garden. Other notable characteristics of bay laurels include:


While humans frequently use bay leaves in cooking, the herb can be toxic to animals when consumed in large quantities. Animals affected by bay leaf toxicity include dogs, cats, and horses. Symptoms of poisoning from bay leaves include diarrhea and vomiting. Bay leaves are not toxic to humans, but they are typically removed from dishes before serving because they do not break down while cooking and can be a choking hazard.


Left unpruned, bay laurels can grow quite large, around 50 to 60 feet high, although on average they reach a mature height of 20 to 25 feet. Retaining the central leader will encourage height. However, this is a very malleable tree and can be kept much smaller, particularly if you want to use it as a border or screen in your garden. Container-bound bay laurels will typically reach a mature size of five to six feet. Bay laurels grow slowly, usually at a rate of a few inches per year.


Yes, bay laurel trees have extensive root systems that can be invasive. If you are planting a bay laurel in the ground, be sure you plant it a reasonable distance from your home or any other structures. Do not plant bay laurel trees near a swimming pool or sewer lines, or on top of a septic tank. If you are concerned about invasive roots in your yard, it may be best to keep your bay laurel in a container.


I would never have thought to buy a tree on line until I couldn't find a bay tree at my local nursery. The tree arrived in a box, much like any other package, but it was wrapped in a way to retain moisture during shipment. The tree was exactly as advertised, and is so far doing beautifully.


The sweet bay leaf tree is a 40 to 50 feet tall tree native to the Mediterranean region. It was once made into a wreath to crown the winners of ancient Greek games. The tree is considered to be one of the oldest cultivated tree species.


Bay leaf also known as sweet laurel leaf is a dried leafor ever green shrub that belongs the family of Lauraceae and whose botanicalname is Laurus nobilis.Bay leaf is indigenous to Asia and re, ects the shape of elliptical and the size of bay leaves vary from 2.


Imagine biting into a fresh juicy apple picked from your own tree on a brisk autumn morning! Apples are such a versatile fruit - great for eating fresh, baking, drying, sauce and cider. Choose an apple for your specific purposes according to your climate, size of planting area, soil type and, of course, taste preference.


Tree size is controlled by pruning, but if you are not so inclined, you can choose trees that are smaller by nature, like dwarf, miniature and columnar trees, such as Northpole and Scarlet Sentinel apples. See our articles on Backyard Orchard Culture and High Density Planting for detailed information.


For a lovely spring floral display, try one of our flowering trees and shrubs. We have many varieties of cherries, peaches, crabapples and lilacs, including Early Red flowering peach (below) which is used in southern California for Chinese New Year and Yoshino flowering cherry which is the variety that produces such a spectacular show in Washington D.C. every spring.


Some varieties of fruit trees can serve a dual purpose by providing a beautiful show of flowers in the spring, followed by delightful fruit later in the year. Double Jewel, Red Baron and Saturn peaches and Double Delight, Atomic Red and Flavortop nectarines are some examples or try the Ume Shiro-Kaga Flowering and Fruiting apricots with beautiful bloom and fruit used for pickling.


Bay Leaf Laurel is an aromatic, evergreen shrub or tree native to the Mediterranean. Typically growing 10-30 feet tall, but commonly pruned smaller in for garden purposes. Green, thick, glossy leaves also used as a culinary herb. The female plant produced small yellow-green flowers in the spring, and when pollinated, purple-black berries. Hardy to zone 8, but is suitable for indoor growing for winter protection. Do not plant outdoors as it will not survive the winter in the Kootenays!


Bare-root Tree Fruit stock: Bare-root tree fruit stock will be available for pickup from the farm in Krestova in May. We will send an email confirming the available times for pickup closer to this date. We are unable to ship bare-root trees at this time.


Bay Laurel is an aromatic, evergreen shrub or tree native to the Mediterranean. Typically growing 10-30 feet tall, but commonly pruned smaller in for garden purposes. Green, thick, glossy leaves also used as a culinary herb. The female plant produced small yellow-green flowers in the spring, and when pollinated, purple-black berries. North of zone 8 it should be grown in household containers.


Laurus Nobilis or Bay Laurel ShrubsThese particular plants are an excellent foliage shrub for evergreen screening and for hedging. Laurus Nobilis has a medium rate of growth but forms a lovely dense hedge which offers excellent privacy. It will encourage wildlife into your garden as bay is especially loved by birds where they will perch and nest within the branches. Bay trees produce small yellowish blooms during April to May followed by fruits of small black berries in June to August. Culinary Use of BayleafThis is an extremely important culinary herb and has been used for flavouring food for centuries. No herb garden is complete without Bayleaf! The aromatic leaves of Laurus Nobilis express a beautiful glossy, dark green colour. The leaves can be dried as Bay Leaves and used fresh or dried for cooking for their aromatic qualities. HedgingThe Bay Laurel is very often used for hedging and these shrubs have been trained and matured as bay hedging plants. Laurus Nobilis holds its shape with just a light trimming in the summer time to maintain your desired shape. This is an excellent choice as a foliage shrub to create a natural screen. Laurus Nobilis responds well to a light clipping and can be pruned into wonderful formal shapes. It makes an ideal choice for a prominent entrance border or along your patio. You can also train your Bay Laurel as a topiary tree as it will grow wherever you trim it to. It can be managed in containers as well as with for example these twisted stem bay lollipops. Laurus nobilis, also known as bay tree or sweet bay, is one of the oldest shrubs in cultivation. It is considered a member of evergreen shrub group, flowering in spring, with ultimate height and spread of about 7.5 metres if left unshaped or clipped. It prefers a full sun or partial shade Aspect, is generally hardy to -5OC but can tolerate colder temperatures in a sheltered position. It is considered tolerant to hardiness Zone H8 in the UK and Ireland. Container Bays will be less tolerant to cold than when planted in the ground. If it is subjected to winter damage or scorch, the affected leaves can be trimmed out and the plant recovers nicely. Laurus Nobilis is considered an easy shrub to grow. It prefers well drained soil which retains its moisture well. Soil textures range from light sandy soils to medium loams and through to heavier clays as long as drainage is good. It can persist in slightly alkaline soils, but prefers slightly acidic to neutral pH.It is not terribly picky regarding sunlight and can grow in semi shade and even very low sunlight. Given site selection, encourage non-exposed orientations, especially if prone to the cold and avoid direct maritime exposure. It generally can tolerate strong winds, but not extreme cold.


The Bay tree can have other uses than just in cooking, the leaf essence is also used in bath water to relieve aching muscles and vets have been known to use it for treated sore udders and pulled muscles! The oil can sometimes be used externally for treating sores. It is also popular for adding to Christmas wreaths with holly but a wreath of just Bay has become a mark of excellence for poets and athletes, to Romans it was a symbol of wisdom and glory! 041b061a72


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