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PROBLEMS BAY LEAF

PROBLEMS BAY LEAF Leaf spots – often caused by waterlogged roots, or wet weather conditions. Plants in containers are also very prone to this, usually indicating that the compost has become old and tired. Repot your plant in spring into fresh, well-drained compost. Yellow leaves – older leaves will shed...
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CULTIVAR SELECTION OF DAPHNE

CULTIVAR SELECTION OF DAPHNE Laurus nobilis ‘Aurea’ AGM (yellow-leaved bay tree) has golden-yellow foliage Laurus nobilis AGM (bay tree) is most commonly cultivated and used for culinary purposes Laurus nobilis f. angustiolia (willow-leaved laurel) has thinner leaves than bay, but they are still edible TURKISH BAY LEAF...
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PROPAGATION OF DAPHNE

PROPAGATION OF DAPHNE Bay can be propagated from seed collected in the autumn. Remove the fleshy outer casing and sow as soon as possible. If seed has dried or is bought, soak in warm water for 24 hours before sowing. Plants may be male or female so seed is only...
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PRUNING AND TRAINING OF BAY LEAF

PRUNING AND TRAINING OF BAY LEAF Pruning and training depends on whether you have trained the bay as a topiary or are simply growing it as a shrub in the ground. Topiary-trained bay are trimmed with secateurs during summer to encourage a dense habit and to maintain a balanced shape....
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CULTIVATION NOTES OF LAUREL LEAVES

CULTIVATION NOTES OF LAUREL LEAVES Bay can be grown in a number of ways. It thrives in containers, especially if watered regularly and positioned in a sheltered spot. In the garden, bay trees grow as a large bushy shrub or small tree, reaching a height of 7.5m (23ft) or more....
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