Laurus Nobilis or Bay Laurel Shrubs
An excellent foliage shrub for screening. This shrub has a medium rate of growth but forms a lovely dense hedge which offers excellent privacy. It will encourage wildlife into your garden - especially loved by birds, they will perch and nest within the branches. Bay trees produce small yellowish blooms during April to May followed by fruits of small black berries in June to August, the leaves are highly aromatic and can be used fresh or dried for later use.
Culinary Use of Bayleaf
This is an extremely important culinary herb and has been used for flavouring food for centuries. No herb garden is complete without Bayleaf!
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