Prunus laurocerasus ‘Genolia’



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A variety of Cherry Laurel, Prunus Laurocerasus Genolia is a Swiss evergreen shrub, ideal for mass planting as hedging or screening due to its dense, erect, columnar growing habit.

Slower growing than common laurel, it displays shiny, dark green, fairly elongated foliage and in spring bears erect clusters of white flowers, which are attractive to bees and other wildlife. In autumn, some glossy black (inedible) fruits and (poisonous if eaten) seed capsules follow. It’s compact growth forms a narrow hedge, perfect for the smaller garden or where space is an issue. Trimming and pruning requirements are also reduced as a result.

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125-150cm Rootballed, 12L 80-100cm, 150-175cm Rootballed, 175-200cm Rootballed, 200-225cm Rootballed, 225-250cm Rootballed, 100-125cm Rootballed, 10L 60-80cm, 12L 100-120cm, 12L 120-140cm