‘Chestnut Hill’ Cherry Hill is an introduction by the Morris Arboretum of Philadelphia. A more compact form of Prunus ‘Otto Luykens,’ Prunus laurocerasus ‘Chestnut Hill’ is named after the beautiful community in which it was found. Evergreen and rounded in habit, ‘Chestnut Hill’ thrives in shade as well as sun, and tolerates salty conditions better than most broadleaf evergreens. This dark green compact Cherry Laurel can be used as a foundation shrub or as a short dense hedge plant.
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Prunus laurocerasus Chestnut Hill #5 15-18" CONTAINER GROWN (white)
Prunus laurocerasus Chestnut Hill #10 2-3' CONTAINER GROWN (white)
Characteristics & Attributes
Fragrant - Flower
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
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