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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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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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LAUREL LEAVES OR BAY LEAVES

LAUREL LEAVES OR BAY LEAVES (Laurus Nobilis) A laurel leaf is a leaf from any plant in the Laurus genus, but most often refers to leaves from the Laurus nobilis, or bay laurel tree. Laurel leaves from the bay laurel tree are also known as bay leaves, and have been...
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TURKISH DAPHNE

  TURKISH DAPHNE Having a rich fauna and flora, Turkey is fortunate to own the grounds which have been the host for many civilization, which contributed to the traditional knowledge on the use of herbs and spices. Also different climatic conditions throughout the country have been a significant contribution to...
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THE STORY OF DAPHNE (BAY LEAF)

The story of Daphne is an example of an etiological myth, one that is strongly explanatory of why certain things in their culture were a certain way. There are many examples of Greek myths that explain why certain religious rituals were performed, why some peoples may be named what they...
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