Cherry laurel Caucasica
Cherry laurel Caucasica plants are lesser known members of the cherry laurel species and have very similar characteristics to those of the popular Common laurel. The hedging plant has deep green foliage color throughout the winter season and is medium hardy.
The plant is ideal for screening as it has lush evergreen foliage and dense habit. Great for problem sites, prunus laurocerasus Caucasica plants are particularly tolerant to pollution, deep shade and drought. Since Cherry laurel Caucasica can be quite wide and broad, it is most suitable for medium to large gardens.
Care & Advice
Vigorous, resilient and easy to care for, Cherry laurel hedge, require very little care, particularly when it’s already well established.
Prune the plants every year, in early spring or summer to promote new growth.
Even though Cherry laurel Caucasica is considered to be one of the most disease-resistant and sturdy shrubs, it might occasionally be attacked with parasites. Aphids and scales insects will try to settle in its rare and the damages are usually contained
The plant is also vulnerable to verticillium wilt and powdery mildew. You can use a Bordeaux mixture as a preventative treatment against the powdery mildew.