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Prunus caroliniana

Carolina Laurelcherry, Cherry Laurel, Mock Orange, Wild Orange

In Stock: 0.85 lb (Total:0.85lb)
This lot is clean seed
  • Prunus caroliniana

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0.85 lb
This lot is clean seed


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Growing Info

Scarification: let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: cold stratify for 60 to 90 days
Germination: sow 3/8" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed

Prunus caroliniana, also known as Carolina Laurelcherry or Cherry Laurel, is a beautiful, evergreen flowering tree native to the Southeastern United States. It grows up to 40 ft tall with a spread of 12-30ft. The glossy, dark green leaves are elliptic to oblanceolate and produce fragrant white to cream-colored flowers in late winter to early spring. Its small black cherries are eaten by birds and persist through the winter. This species is hardy in USDA zones 7B through 10A and is often used as a visual screen or hedge plant due to its low maintenance and attractive dark green leaves. Carolina Laurelcherry prefers full sun and well-drained, acidic soil and is highly deer-resistant. However, it is poisonous when eaten and can potentially be a hazard to grazing livestock and children due to its cyanogenic glycosides.

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