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Bay Laurel

Bay Laurel

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SKU BAY-LAU
Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) 8-11 (in ground)
Mature Height: 10-15 ft.
Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Spacing: 5 ft.
Botanical: Laurus nobilis
Cannot Ship to: AZ
 
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Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) 8-11 (in ground)
Mature Height: 10-15 ft.
Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
Sunlight: Full - Partial
Spacing: 5 ft.
Botanical: Laurus nobilis
Cannot Ship to: AZ

Aromatic Herb with Surprising Health Benefits


“The art of cooking with Bay leaves is to capture the flavours you want and escape the ones you don’t.” Native of the Mediterranean Region, and also known as Sweet Bay or Turkish Bay Leaves, your Bay Laurel tree will not only add delicate flavor to any recipe, but it also has many health benefits that will sooth your mind, nose, and taste buds.

Polished Olive Evergreen Foliage
With its elliptical shaped olive green leaves, scalloped edges, and sunny yellow flowers. Bay Laurel can thrive anywhere in the country indoors, and 8 through 11 outdoors. Inside, this tree can be kept to a manageable height, and outdoors will grow to a mature height of about 10 to 15 feet tall, with a spread of 8 to 10 feet. You will not have to worry about pesky little pests, because this tree is pest resistant, deer resistant, and disease resistant. You will enjoy its polished and aromatic scent year round.

Health Benefits
Bay Laurel also has medicinal benefits. It has been used to treat upset stomachs, heartburn, acid reflux, and constipation because the enzymes found in their leaves have a positive effect on the gastro system. It is also commonly used in aromatherapy for its soothing fragrance and ability to relieve stress and anxiety. Studies have referenced that bay leaves can have a positive impact on diabetes, heart health, cancer prevention, and much more. You can easily boil bay leaves to make a soothing tea, or adding bay leaves to your food can also get the job done!

Cooking with Bay Leaves
Bay Laurel is a conservative herb that is quite humble. Instead of stealing the spotlight, this herb works as the brain behind most recipes; because its subtle, it compliments any dish its included in. With notes of tea and menthol this herb adds delicious flavor and fragrance that will never disappoint.

Store Bought Bay Leaves Will Never Satisfy Again
Bay leaves from your grocery store could be over a year old... leaving them stale and lacking their true flavor. Growing your own bay leaves will guarantee peak flavor as well - no pesticides! Fresh Bay leaves have a pungency that you will never be able to compare to store bought leaves. You will have hundreds of dollars worth of top shelf bay leaves to cook yourself or share with family or friends.

If you want all of the flavors that Bay leaves have to offer, you should try these two things. First, you can always pick the leaves right off of the tree before you’re about to cook. Imagine how great it will feel picking your own fresh bay leaves knowing that they are completely home-grown. Or, if you’re very busy you can always pick about a dozen bay leaves, and then freeze them. This helps to preserve all of the flavour and aromas for a longer period of time.

Perfect Privacy Hedge For Tropical Climates
If you’re tired of the same old privacy hedges, try growing Bay Laurel as a hedge. Used as a privacy hedge throughout the Mediterranean… it is the most flavorful way to screen out your neighbors. For those living in Zones 10-11, plant bay laurel 5 feet apart. Though this tree is slow growing, growth rate of about 6 inches annually, it will be worth the wait. With endless amounts of bay leaves to use in your soups, stocks, sauces, and an enduring zest that will make everyone envious.

Customers have raved about the quality of our Bay Laurel, and are consistently low in stock. Order yours today, because prices



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