Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants

Portugal Laurel, Prunus Lusitanica, Prunus Lusitanica Angustifolia

Portuguese Laurels hedging plants also known as Prunus Lusitanica. Whilst slower growing than Cherry Laurels, have many other qualities that make them perfectly suited to a boundary hedge. A Portuguese Laurel hedge has smaller and darker green leaves than common laurel and these contrast beautifully with the almost plum coloured stems. The slower growing nature of the Portugal laurel hedge allows for it to be trimmed neatly to create a formal hedge or even as loose topiary shapes. Portuguese Laurel has long been a firm favourite with our customers. Please scroll further down the page for more information on this popular hedging plant.

Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants Rootballed 125-150cm High

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants available October to April
  • Plants are 125-150cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density 2.5 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
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Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants Rootballed 150-175cm High

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel.

  • Plants available October to April
  • Plants are 150-175cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density 2 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 6 Plants for Free Delivery*
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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge 120-140cm

Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • Plants are 120-140cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 3 troughs for Free Delivery*

 

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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge 150-175cm

Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • Next stock Spring / Summer 2024
  • Plants are 150-175cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.

 

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Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants 10L Pot 50-60cm

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 50-60cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 27 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
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Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants 10L Pot 60-80cm

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 60-80cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 24 Plants for Free Delivery*
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Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants 10L Pot 80-100cm

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • New Stock will be Summer 2023
  • Plants are 80-100cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 19 Plants for Free Delivery*
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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge 1m Long (20 Litres)

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel.

  • Please call for availability
  • Plants are 80-100cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 4 troughs for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge 160-180cm

Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • New Stock will be Autumn 2023
  • Instant Impact
  • Plants are 160-180cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 2 troughs for Free Delivery*
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Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants 5L Pots 50-60cm

Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 50-60cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 2.5 – 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 42 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants available October to April
  • Plants are 125-150cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density 2.5 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 9 plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

£35.00 Excl. VAT

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel.

  • Plants available October to April
  • Plants are 150-175cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density 2 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 6 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

 

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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • Plants are 120-140cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 3 troughs for Free Delivery*

 

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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • Next stock Spring / Summer 2024
  • Plants are 150-175cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.

 

£150.00 Excl. VAT

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 50-60cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 27 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

£11.70 Excl. VAT

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 60-80cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 24 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

£13.50 Excl. VAT

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • New Stock will be Summer 2023
  • Plants are 80-100cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 19 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel.

  • Please call for availability
  • Plants are 80-100cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 4 troughs for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

£95.00 Excl. VAT

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Portuguese Laurel Instant Hedge, Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel. 90 Litre trough.

  • New Stock will be Autumn 2023
  • Instant Impact
  • Plants are 160-180cm in height.
  • Recommended Planting Density – 1 per metre.
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge.
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter.
  • Buy 2 troughs for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

 

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Prunus Lusitanica, Portugal Laurel

  • Plants are 50-60cm in height
  • Recommended Planting Density 2.5 – 3 per metre
  • Slower growing than Common Laurel & more suitable as a formal hedge
  • Evergreen shrub, producing white flowers in Spring and followed by berries in Winter
  • Buy 42 Plants for Free Delivery*
  • Spend over £500 for 5% Discount
  • Spend over £1000 10% Discount
  • Spend over £3000 for 15% Discount

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Why Plant a Portuguese Laurel Hedge?

Portuguese Laurel plants make a great formal hedge or boundary and due to the slower growing nature of Portuguese Laurel, once your hedge is up to size, it will require far less maintenance than other faster growing species of hedge.

What is the difference/ similarity, between Portuguese and common Laurels?

Portuguese laurels are slower growing than common laurels but not by a huge amount. The Portuguese laurel has smaller and darker green leaves which contrast beautifully with the almost plum-coloured stems. Portuguese Laurels have a more compact growth habit to common laurel and are more tolerant of chalky soils. Both common Laurel and Portuguese laurels produce small fragrant white flowers in late Spring which turn into reddish berries in the Summer and ripen to dark purple or black in Autumn. Both varieties of laurel will provide some interest for wildlife with the flowers attracting pollinators and the fruits a source of food for birds. Less flowers and berries are produced when the plants are maintained as a hedge and frequently trimmed in the growing season.

How Quick will a Portuguese Laurel Hedge grow?

Portuguese Laurels hedges will grow at around 30-50cm per year on average. This is slower than some of the other types of hedging that we grow and sell but still a reasonable rate enabling us to grow a 6 foot Portuguese Laurel hedge here on the nursery in about 4 years. The desirable feature of using a slower growing species for your hedge is that once the desired hedge height is reached, it will require a lot less work to keep the hedge looking tidy.

The speed of growth will vary depending on things such as how well the ground is prepared prior to planting, whether the planting site has been sufficiently decompacted. Have the plants been planted correctly and subsequent aftercare, feeding and watering of the plants.

How Tall will a Portuguese laurel hedge Grow?

Portuguese Laurel Hedges can ultimately grow up to 12 metres high if left unchecked. However, typically, they will grow up to around 3 or 4 metres high when maintained as a hedge. A Portuguese Laurel Hedge can be maintained anywhere from 1 to 4 metres high.

How far apart should Portuguese laurel hedging plants be spaced to form a hedge?

Our answer to spacing of the plants is always time over budget. The spacing of plants in a Portuguese laurel hedge really is dependent on the size of plants that are being planted as well as the time you are prepared to wait for the hedge to grow and also budget restraints. If using our 10 litre potted plants we would recommend planting at 3 plants per metre. This is the same planting density that we use for our Instant Portuguese Laurel hedges grown in 90 litre troughs. This way the plants are just about touching when planted, so giving them space to grow into, but not too much that you are left with big gaps in the hedge. If using bigger plants such as rootballed Portuguese laurels then these can be spaced further apart, usually at 2 per metre to the point where they are just touching. We give a recommendation of the planting density for each plant size on the website. Our recommendations are based on planting at a density that the plants will touch after 1 full growing season. This is only a guideline and please use more plants to reduce this timescale or less plants per metre if you have time to wait.

How do I plant Portuguese laurel hedging?

Most of the Hedging plants that we sell will require the same planting procedures. We give advice on how to plant a hedge here on our website. https://hedginguk.com/hedging-advice/how-to-plant-a-hedge/

How often do I need to trim my Portuguese Laurel hedge?

We recommend trimming a Portuguese laurel hedge at least once a year. For formal hedges that have been trimmed quite tightly and to maintain nice straight edges, then extra trimming will be required. Portuguese laurels will also tolerate hard pruning if the hedge has grown bigger than desired.

When should I trim my Portuguese Laurel hedge?

The trimming and pruning of Portuguese Laurel Hedging is best in the Spring before the plants start growing again, or in the Autumn when they start to shut down growing for the Winter.

How do I trim a Portuguese Laurel Hedge?

It is possible to use hedge trimmers for trimming your Portuguese laurel hedge. On the nursery we use hedge trimmers at first to get the majority of the trimming done then we follow up with secateurs to tidy up and remove any shredded/ damaged leaves caused by the hedge trimmers. This reduces the chances of the plants getting any problems through the damaged leaves but also looks better and much tidier.

Do I need to feed my Portuguese laurel Hedge?

We would recommend feeding your Portuguese laurel hedging at least once a year. We generally wait until we have trimmed them in the Spring and as the new growth begins to emerge, give them a feed. We use slow releasing feeds such as ‘Growmore’, as they provide a steady release of nutrients over a longer period of time. On the nursery we usually give the plants a second feed in late Spring and at least one feed in the summer.

What type of soil and conditions will a Portuguese laurel hedge tolerate?

Portuguese Laurels hedges will be happy in most reasonably fertile soils and will even tolerate chalky soils. They will not tolerate waterlogged soils. Portuguese Laurel hedges will grow in full sun and partial shade and will even tolerate heavy shade, although they will grow quicker the more sun they receive.

Are Portuguese Laurel Hedges easy to maintain?

Portuguese laurel hedging plants grow at a moderate speed and therefore require less maintenance than faster growing species of hedging plants. They have few problems and are one of the most popular forms of hedging we grow.

Can I restore an overgrown Portuguese Laurel Hedge?

Portuguese Laurel hedges are usually very tolerant of hard pruning and it is possible to cut a Portuguese laurel back to a mere stump and it will often regrow with vigour. The best time for hard pruning in our experience is in Late Winter/ Early Spring. (Once the frost have stopped but before the plants have started growing again) This way, the new energy produced by the Portuguese Laurel plants as they start to grow again in Spring is concentrated at the site of the pruning and by the end of the summer you can hardly see where they were cut back to in the first place. We would normally follow any hard pruning with a spray with a general fungicide and a controlled feed at the emergence of the new shoots coming through.

Can Portuguese Laurel hedges suffer from problems?

Portuguese Laurel Hedges like common laurels can also suffer from a bacterial infection known as Pseudomonas syringae or ‘Shothole’, where little holes resembling that of a wound caused by shotgun pellets leave lots of little holes in the leaves. Although this can look unsightly causing reason for concern it is not usually fatal to the plants and they do usually recover from it. The bacteria spreads from the wounds on one leaf to another through water droplets. For this reason, if the problem is caught early and is only minor the spread of the bacteria can be slowed by removing any affected leaves. Any affected leaves that have fallen to the floor should also be swept up and disposed of.

What Portuguese Laurel hedging plants do you have for sale?

We grow and sell a range of sizes of Portuguese Laurel Hedging Plants here on the nursery.
Starting with potted plants, mainly in 10 litre pots at different heights. Then, we also grow and sell rootballed Portuguese laurel hedging from Autumn, through to early Spring. For more immediate impact, we also grow our Instant Portuguese Laurel Hedges in 90 Litre troughs. The instant hedges come in 1 metre lengths but do require 2 strong people to lift them.

Do you grow your own Portuguese Laurel hedging Plants?

All the Portuguese Laurel hedging plants that we sell are grown outside here on our nursery in Holmeswood, Lancashire producing robust plants that are quick to establish.

Are Portuguese Laurels poisonous?

The laurels that we sell for hedging such as Portuguese laurel and common laurel, all parts of the plants including leaves and berries are harmful to Humans, Livestock and animals if ingested. If the hedge to be planted is in the vicinity of livestock, pets or very small children where there is a chance that the foliage or berries of the hedge could be eaten by mistake, then we would suggest planting an alternative species of hedging such as Elaeagnus Ebbingei, Griselinia Littoralis or Photinia Red robin which have no toxic effects reported. We grow and sell thousands of Portuguese Laurel plants every year and are not aware of any problems arising from any of our customers after planting a Portuguese laurel hedge in close proximity of either pets or young children. We would however suggest that after pruning your Portuguese laurel hedge that all the material that is cut from the hedge be collected up and disposed of in green waste bins rather than composting at home.

Growing Advice

  • Portuguese Laurel Hedge Planting Distances – Single row. 2-3 plants per metre
  • Evergreen Shrub – Dark Green leaves on plum coloured stems
  • Features: Dark Green leaves on plum coloured stems. White flowers followed by berries
  • Likes: full sun or partial shade
  • Suitable for Hedges: 1m – 5m (3 – 16 foot)
  • Soil Preference: Any, even poor and chalk soils
  • Unsuitable for: Coastal hedges
  • Trimming: Late Summer

All our Portuguese laurel hedging plants are container grown and will have a fully intact and undisturbed root system. They will establish quicker than root-balled plants with fewer losses as there has been no disturbance to the root system.

Further Info

The key benefit of the slower growing nature is that once the desired hedge height is reached then it will require much less maintenance to keep the hedge looking tidy and within bounds. Portuguese laurel hedging plants respond well to clipping and will grow well in most conditions being tolerant of shade and poor (even chalk) soils. The flowers of the Portuguese Laurel hedge are small white and almost fluff-like but certainly, add to their charm. The flowers produced in Spring in turn make way for berries which start out cherry-red and mature to a glossy black. Portuguese Laurels are evergreen and an excellent choice for a more architectural, lower maintenance formal hedge or screen.

Portuguese Laurel Hedge Plants

Portuguese Laurel (Prunus lusitanica) are known for being a popular evergreen shrub, they are commonly used for hedging in gardens and landscaping. This evergreen shrub has a growth rate of 30-50cm per annum and can grow up to 12 metres (40 feet) tall and 8 metres (26 feet) wide. With dark green and glossy foliage, as well as small white flowers that grow in the summer. These plants can also produce small red fruits in the autumn. They are the same family (Prunus) as common laurel but different in appearance as the leaves are smaller and darker than those of English Laurel. Portuguese Laurels are popular for hedging as they are dense with a compact growth habit. They can be pruned into more formal hedges or left to grow naturally for a more informal look. It’s also important to keep these types of hedging well-watered through the summer and drier periods for maximum growth. If a Portuguese Laurel sounds like the right hedging for you, make sure that you check out Hedging UK and take a look at our range of hedge plants.

Looking for Portuguese Laurel Plants or Cherry Laurel Hedge?

These types of hedge plants require well-draining soil and a position in full sun or partial shade. The Portuguese Laurel can also tolerate some drought but performs best with regular watering. When it comes to care and maintenance, the Portuguese Laurel hedge requires little maintenance, only regular watering and occasional pruning for younger plants. Pruning can be done in the spring or Autumn, but avoid pruning during the summer when the plant is producing its new growth. It is important to avoid over-pruning, as this can lead to bare patches on the plant. Portuguese Laurel hedging is known for being a versatile hedge plant that is easy to maintain and looks good all year round, for more information on the instant hedging plants that we grow, make sure you check out Hedging UK today.

When it comes to wildlife, the Portuguese Laurel is a highly attractive hedge that produces small white flowers, which attract bees and other insects, the fruits of the hedge also appeal to birds. As well as attracting wildlife, the Portuguese Laurel is an attractive option for your hedge, whether you want something formal and structured or you need hedging that can grow naturally and is more informal. The Portuguese Laurel is a perfect option for you and your landscape, for more information or if you have any questions, get in touch with Hedging UK today.

Which Hedges Can Be Planted With Portuguese Laurel?

When selecting companion plants to go alongside Portuguese Laurel in a hedge, it’s essential to consider factors such as growth habit, height, and overall aesthetics. Here are some hedge plant options that can complement Portuguese Laurel.

Boxwood (Buxus): Classic choice with small, dense foliage for a formal look.

Yew (Taxus): Dark green needles complement Portuguese Laurel; both are easily shaped.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus): Aromatic herb with needle-like leaves for texture and fragrance.

Lavender (Lavandula): Fragrant flowers and silvery foliage add visual interest and attract pollinators.

Photinia: Red or bronze new growth creates a vibrant contrast.

Privet (Ligustrum): Traditional, hardy choice with glossy foliage that responds well to pruning.

Euonymus: Variegated varieties add visual interest and contrast.

Holly (Ilex): Spiky leaves and berries create a diverse and visually appealing hedge.

Call Hedging UK Today

Here at Hedging UK we are known for being a friendly, family run business as well as being specialist growers of quality hedging. When it comes to growing Portuguese laurel hedges, we aim to grow top quality container grown evergreen and deciduous hedging. All of the pot grown Portuguese laurel hedges we grow are grown outside on our own nursery in Holmeswood, Lancashire producing robust plants that are quick to establish as there has been no disruption to the plants root system. Our hedge plants are available to purchase at wholesale prices across the UK through our mail order service. Our customers include Landscapers, Local Authorities, Garden Centres, Tree Surgeons, Schools and Private customers. Our experience in this market enables us to offer the best quality hedging plants with a price and service to match.

Our nursery is located in Holmeswood, Lancashire in the north west of England and is not open to the general public. Whilst the nursery is predominantly a mail order business, customers are welcome to come and see our range of hedging plants and purchase plants at the nursery, but please do so by appointment only, contact our team today.

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