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Laurel Hedging Sale | Wholesale Prices | Reduced Prices

Wednesday, 4 September 2019 15:12:30 Europe/London

We have reduced the prices of our Laurel hedging plants to wholesale prices with up to 22% off the full prices. Currently, we have good stocks of Laurel but these discounted prices are only until we have reduced our stock numbers. These discounts are only available for immediate delivery or collection from our nursery.

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SALE PRICES ON LAUREL HEDGING

Laurel can be planted at any time of year. If you plant in the summer, you will need to keep them watered until late autumn.

Laurel is one of the best evergreen hedging plants for creating a screen for privacy all year round. It is tough and hardy and easy to grow. Just dig a hole approximately twice the width of the rootball of the plant and break up the soil in the bottom of the hole with a spade or fork to make sure it is not compacted. This will allow the plant to root into the soil easily and makes a big difference to how quickly it grows.

The planting distance for laurel hedging plants is between 2 and 3ft apart (600-1000mm) depending on the size of the plants and on how quick you want your hedge to be a dense screen. If you want a quicker hedge then plant at 2ft apart but if you are willing to wait for the plants to grow and knit together to form the hedge, then plant at 3ft (or 1000mm) spacings.

Laurel hedging is also sometimes called Common or Cherry Laurel.

Posted in News By

Roger Eavis

Laurel Hedging Sale | Wholesale Prices | Reduced Prices

Wednesday, 4 September 2019 15:12:30 Europe/London

We have reduced the prices of our Laurel hedging plants to wholesale prices with up to 22% off the full prices. Currently, we have good stocks of Laurel but these discounted prices are only until we have reduced our stock numbers. These discounts are only available for immediate delivery or collection from our nursery.

CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SALE PRICES ON LAUREL HEDGING

Laurel can be planted at any time of year. If you plant in the summer, you will need to keep them watered until late autumn.

Laurel is one of the best evergreen hedging plants for creating a screen for privacy all year round. It is tough and hardy and easy to grow. Just dig a hole approximately twice the width of the rootball of the plant and break up the soil in the bottom of the hole with a spade or fork to make sure it is not compacted. This will allow the plant to root into the soil easily and makes a big difference to how quickly it grows.

The planting distance for laurel hedging plants is between 2 and 3ft apart (600-1000mm) depending on the size of the plants and on how quick you want your hedge to be a dense screen. If you want a quicker hedge then plant at 2ft apart but if you are willing to wait for the plants to grow and knit together to form the hedge, then plant at 3ft (or 1000mm) spacings.

Laurel hedging is also sometimes called Common or Cherry Laurel.

Posted in News By

Roger Eavis