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Product Number: HS1-2

Bay Laurel Herb Plant

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2 Plants

LIVE PLANT

SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL

SORRY, WE CANNOT SEND TUBERS AND LIVE PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES 

 

Laurus noblis

 

Dried leaves of Bay Laurel are used as a flavoring for soups and stocks. It is a tender perennial that can be grown in a container then be brought indoors after the season ends, where it makes a nice houseplant, often it is formed into topiary or grow it directly in the ground and harvest the leaves before the first frost. Full sun. Starts are  2 ½” and are shipped in the spring. Grows 3-12’. Zones 8-11.   

2 PLANTS

 

 

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MD
07/03/2018
Matt D.
United States

Great gift for the culinary-type person

I wish this was a faster growing plant. The plant arrived about 6" in overall height with a few leaves. I immediately re-potted it into a larger pot as it was loosely packaged with a little soil. About 2 weeks after arrival, new leaf buds appeared and have since turned into new leaves. The plant still needs to grow more limbs before I'd feel comfortable in harvesting some of its leaves. Overall I'm happy with the purchase, but just don't expect to harvest in its first year of life.

NL
06/13/2018
Norma L.
United States

Good

The laurel herb plant is good but the sunflower seeds I bought, not all seeds germinated.

LS
06/11/2018
Laura S.
United States

Bay laurel plants

Plants arrived in great condition and are growing slowly but are sturdy with beautiful leaves. Would definitely purchase again.

RA
06/11/2018
Randy A.
United States

Bay Laurel

I have used the leaves a few times and they were very good. My main concern is, will the plant die in a few months? This is what happened with another plant a few years ago. I keep it in a sunny window, but don’t know if I should put it outside in my herb garden for the summer. Information would be appreciated. Thank you, Randy

AD
06/11/2018
Ann D.
United States

Great plant

It's is growing well

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