A cousin of the ever-popular 'Skip' Laurel, Mariblon laurels are a narrower version of Skip Laurel and make an excellent choice for privacy screening in slim areas. First developed in Europe, 'Mariblon' has a beautiful, dark-green, shiny leaf and offers mildly fragrant white flower spikes in May followed by red to black fruit in summer. This narrow variety grows 10' tall by 2-3' wide. They can handle full-sun to shade conditions. 'Mariblon' Laurels are evergreen
As seen in our photos, 'Mariblon' Laurel make an excellent evergreen privacy hedge.
|Latin Name:||Prunus laurocerasus Genolia® (‘Mariblon’)|
|Shrub Type:||Evergreen, Broadleaf|
|Exposure:||Shade to Full Sun|
|Mature Height:||10-12 Feet|
|Mature Width:||2-3 Feet|
|Recommended Spacing:||2 feet apart|
|Growth Rate:||Medium to Fast|
|Hardiness Zone:||Zone 5-7|
|Pruning Time:||Not Necessary|
|Border, Coastal Exposure, Dry Shade, Hedge, Mass Planting, Privacy Screen, Urban Garden, Wildlife Garden, Windbreak, Woodland Garden|
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