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Laurel nobilis flowerpot
  • Laurel nobilis flowerpot
  • Laurel leafs
  • Laurel vase 14cm
  • Laurel vase 14cm
  • Laurel vase 14cm

Laurel nobilis flowerpot

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Hedge or balcony evergreen and fragrant thanks to laurel, an evergreen plant with an intense green color with vertical growth to form hedges and booths. Grown in 14, 18, 24 cm pot.

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Laurus nobilis, commonly called laurel, is part of the lauraceae group and is included in the laurus genus. The name laurel comes in fact from the word laurus which in Latin meant noble. The plant seems to be native to Asia Minor and has arrived in Europe since ancient times. Today laurel is widespread in most of the countries bordering the Mediterranean such as Italy, Spain, Greece, Tunisia and many others. It is found in the woods close to the coast to compose real spontaneous formations typical of the less arid areas of the Mediterranean scrub. It is often chosen for parks and gardens as an ornament thanks to its good scent and ability to grow vertically and with dense foliage.

It is often and rightly also used in the kitchen to flavor different dishes.


Make sure that the soil has good drainage and that there is no stagnation of water. To cure laurel, you don't have to do much, you can prune the plant at will, the plant has in fact a great ability to fill and adapt to different spaces and positions


As most plants stand out better in the final period of spring, fragrant berries are also formed

Vase 14 cm: height 30 cm

Vase diameter 18 cm: height 90 cm

Vase diameter 24 cm: height 130 cm

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Outside: in full sun
Flowering season
Height of plants
from 10 to 30 cm
from 50 to 100 cm
over 100 cm
Flower color
Diameter of the flowerpot (cm)
Required environments
Bright environment
In full sun
Lots of light even in the shade
Lots of sunlight
Partially sunny environment
Moisture of the soil
Moist soil
Minimum required temperatures in ° C
Maximum temperatures for the plant in ° C

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