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Laurel Sauce - Tree - Aromatic

Laurel Sauce - Tree - Aromatic

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Beautiful Laurel Shrub Sauce in a light pot size of your choice .


A beautiful shrub with evergreen foliage, the bay laurel can be used as a decorative hedge or stand alone in the middle of the garden. Very easy to maintain, this Mediterranean also plays a big role in cooking, due to the aromatic qualities of its leaves.

This shrub, due to its origins, will be more popular in the southern regions. Outside, it is advisable to grow it in a container to place it frost-free during the winter, but this variety is more hardy than others, or at least a more hardy strain, which will start again after an episode of frost. Bay laurel prefers light, well-draining, sandy, humus-rich, neutral soils. In clay soil which retains water, an addition of sand will prevent its roots from being in water, particularly in winter. It appreciates sunny places sheltered from the wind, but it tolerates sea spray well. It is planted in spring, when the earth has started to warm up, or in autumn.
In the ground, prepare a fairly large hole, double the volume of the rootball, and loosen the soil well. An addition of compost or well-decomposed manure mixed with potting soil will provide it with a good base for its development. Don't forget to place a stake to help the shrub root straight. During the installation of your bay leaf, water regularly but moderately.
In a container, provide a drainage layer of around ten centimeters and a mixture of good potting soil and garden soil.

Tips on caring for bay leaf

Watering is not necessary for plants installed in the ground, except in the event of lasting drought; however, potted laurels must be watered regularly, taking the precaution of systematically emptying the water from the saucer. Young people plants grown in regions with cold winters must be protected: placed in pots, mulched or surrounded by a winter cover.
Pruning the bay leaf is not necessary, but it allows you to keep it in a harmonious shape or a suitable size, if necessary. Removing faded flowers prevents the shrub from needlessly tiring itself out producing seeds.
The bay leaf is easy to propagate: by semi-stemmed cuttings or by layering some of its shoots in autumn. It is also in autumn that the laurels should be repotted in a container, once every 3 years.
Leaves are harvested as needed. They can then be preserved once dried, retaining all their aroma.

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Beautiful Laurel Shrub Sauce in a light pot size of your choice .


A beautiful shrub with evergreen foliage, the bay laurel can be used as a decorative hedge or stand alone in the middle of the garden. Very easy to maintain, this Mediterranean also plays a big role in cooking, due to the aromatic qualities of its leaves.

This shrub, due to its origins, will be more popular in the southern regions. Outside, it is advisable to grow it in a container to place it frost-free during the winter, but this variety is more hardy than others, or at least a more hardy strain, which will start again after an episode of frost. Bay laurel prefers light, well-draining, sandy, humus-rich, neutral soils. In clay soil which retains water, an addition of sand will prevent its roots from being in water, particularly in winter. It appreciates sunny places sheltered from the wind, but it tolerates sea spray well. It is planted in spring, when the earth has started to warm up, or in autumn.
In the ground, prepare a fairly large hole, double the volume of the rootball, and loosen the soil well. An addition of compost or well-decomposed manure mixed with potting soil will provide it with a good base for its development. Don't forget to place a stake to help the shrub root straight. During the installation of your bay leaf, water regularly but moderately.
In a container, provide a drainage layer of around ten centimeters and a mixture of good potting soil and garden soil.

Tips on caring for bay leaf

Watering is not necessary for plants installed in the ground, except in the event of lasting drought; however, potted laurels must be watered regularly, taking the precaution of systematically emptying the water from the saucer. Young people plants grown in regions with cold winters must be protected: placed in pots, mulched or surrounded by a winter cover.
Pruning the bay leaf is not necessary, but it allows you to keep it in a harmonious shape or a suitable size, if necessary. Removing faded flowers prevents the shrub from needlessly tiring itself out producing seeds.
The bay leaf is easy to propagate: by semi-stemmed cuttings or by layering some of its shoots in autumn. It is also in autumn that the laurels should be repotted in a container, once every 3 years.
Leaves are harvested as needed. They can then be preserved once dried, retaining all their aroma.