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Prunus laurocerasus 'Novita' - cherry laurel (49057 readers)Contributed by havlis 08.11. 2007 10:31:38 Topic: Plants / Evergreen Shrubs Match on Title
“Novita” is a new sensation among cherry laurels. Eventually there is a hardy variety which has benefits of the formerly more tender ones: it grows fast and big, has large leaves of a nice colour, and of course if fully hardy! The leaves are 10-15 cm long, obovate, very glossy, soft green when young turning to deep green. It is a perfect specimen or a superb large hedging plant. ...
Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia' - cherry laurel (2989 readers)Contributed by havlis 06.07. 2012 11:06:20 Topic: Plants / Evergreen Shrubs Match on Title
Rotundifolia is one of the most popular cherry laurels in Great Britain, Belenux, and southern Europe. It has mid green to dark green, widely ovate leaves as opposed to most cherry laurels whose leaves are more narrow and elongated and usually very dark. It makes a neat, compact habit because new shoots grow along the sides in the way that newly emerging leaves fill up the plant on its sides that you can hardly see the branches themselves. It is usually densely leaved from the ground. ...
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