The large oval leathery leaves of the bay laurel are known to many for use in the kitchen. The bay laurel also makes a wonderful container tree that accepts heavy pruning and is easy to shape. The tree is a slow grower and can reach 4-6’ at maturity indoors.
- Light: Bright light
- Water: Shallow roots. Needs frequent watering but allow soil to partially dry out between watering.
- Additionally: Makes a great patio tree. Must be moved indoors for the winter.