Though they are mainly known for their astounding green foliage, Cherry Laurel also boasts small, creamy-white flowers in the Spring, which are then followed with shiny red berries, adding a lovely festive touch in the Winter.
It's the ideal plant to reduce noise and wind, too, with its fast growth rate and dense, compact growing habit. As this species variant is a bare root, Cherry Laurel will need to be planted as soon as possible after arriving on your doorstep.
Please note, all parts of the Cherry Laurel (including leaves/berries) are toxic to both humans and animals when consumed. Though the plant does not hold much attraction to pets/children, it is particularly advised to avoid planting near livestock. If you are concerned about your pets and children, it is best to choose Bay Laurel (the only non-toxic Laurel).