Prunus laurocerasus


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Noun1.Prunus laurocerasus - frequently cultivated Eurasian evergreen shrub or small tree having showy clusters of white flowers and glossy foliage and yielding oil similar to bitter almond oilPrunus laurocerasus - frequently cultivated Eurasian evergreen shrub or small tree having showy clusters of white flowers and glossy foliage and yielding oil similar to bitter almond oil
genus Prunus, Prunus - a genus of shrubs and trees of the family Rosaceae that is widely distributed in temperate regions
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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The laurel I'm referring to is Prunus laurocerasus, the Common or Cherry Laurel, and will reach 15 feet or more.
When clipping cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus), you might notice that because it has large leaves, some of these get cut in half.
And if the shaded area boasts moist or damp soil, choose fatsia japonica, prunus laurocerasus, skimmia japonica, Bergenia or Pachysandra terminalis.
Prunus laurocerasus is an evergreen plant with small cherry fruits, a few centimeters in diameter.
Cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus L.) originated in central and west Asia, south-eastern Europe, and Anatolia.
Differences in penetration depth of the solvent into the cuticula results in uncertainty about the actual localization of the extracted substances, Jetter and Schaffer (2001) showed that in Prunus laurocerasus triterpenoids are restricted to the intracuticular matrix, while the alyphatic compounds were the only truly epicuticular components.
Prunus laurocerasus, English laurelcherry ([DELTA])
Laurel, believe it or not, is an evergreen cherry (Prunus laurocerasus) which has spikes of creamy white flowers followed by large purple berries.
The evergreen cherries include Prunus lusitanica of Portugal and Prunus laurocerasus, the cherry laurel.
For low-maintenance options you could try shade-loving shrubs such as box, Skimmia, Photinia, Choisya, Prunus laurocerasus and sweetsmelling Sarcococca.