cherry laurel

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Synonyms for cherry laurel

frequently cultivated Eurasian evergreen shrub or small tree having showy clusters of white flowers and glossy foliage and yielding oil similar to bitter almond oil

small flowering evergreen tree of southern United States

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Since appropriate auxin treatment could produce good rooting response, cutting propagation has proven to be an effective method for production of cherry laurel and 2 g/l IBA was recommended.
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Which Roman emperor is recorded as having poisoned his enemies' wells with cherry laurel water, which contains cyanide?
As single specimens, the laurels - cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) and the Portugal laurel (P.
THE CHERRY LAUREL, BRIDGEND Laura Phillips from Maesteg says: "The Cherry Laurel in Bridgend is a lovely place as a family to go for food and you don't have to spend a lot to have a nice meal.
These include cuckoo pint (Arum italicum) which have bright orange poisonous berries, as well as the fruit of cherry laurel, privet and rhamnus.
The Cherry Laurel, which has been built by Marston's Inns and Taverns, is a family-focused public house and will be able to welcome 180 drinkers and diners for pub food.
Daffodils, lilies, laburnum, cherry laurel, castor oil bush and philodendron are all highly poisonous to pets and can prove fatal to our furry companions.
This week we have been pruning a large evergreen hedge of Portuguese laurel, a superior type of laurel to the common cherry laurel usually seen in gardens.
Use secateurs to clip out any straying shoots in a cherry laurel hedge, as any leaves which are clipped with shears tend to brown and die.
Also watch out for the toxic seed pods of castor oil plants, cherry laurel fruits and lily bulbs all of which dogs might mistake for titbits.
Evergreen cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) with its bold, shiny green leaves is tolerant of a wide range of conditions and can be clipped to a tight evergreen hedge as can privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium).
He points to the opening of the Cherry Laurel in Bridgend as a good example of the success of the company's strategy.
The new pub - already named the Cherry Laurel - will have seating for 180 people and have a 70-space car park.