Miles Choice

SKU: 59

Laurus Nobilis “Miles Choice”

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  • Increasingly popular evergreen screening plant
  • Compact variation of classic bay tree
  • Fragrant, glossy leaves with culinary uses
  • Delicate yellow flowers in Spring
  • Versatile in full sun to partial shade
  • Suitable for poolside planting
  • Plant 1-2 meters apart for hedging
  • Mature size 7 meters tall

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Description

Miles Choice is a beautifully compact Bay Tree that creates low-maintenance evergreen screening. Its fragrant, glossy leaves are visually appealing and a culinary delight. With delicate yellow blooms in Spring and a growth rate of about 50cm per year, it’s an ideal choice for poolside planting and ornamental use.

 

Product Specifications

  • Common Name: Bay Laurel’ Miles Choice’
  • Botanical Name: Laurus Nobilis “Miles Choice”
  • Mature Height: Up to 7 meters
  • Mature Width: 3-4 meters
  • Spacing: 1-1.5 meters for screening hedge
  • Foliage: Glossy, dark green, fragrant leaves
  • Flowers: Yellow, September to October
  • Evergreen: Yes
  • Maintenance: Low; occasional pruning for shape and spring growth
  • Soil Type: Well-draining soil, adaptable to full sun and partial shade
  • Water Needs: Low once established
  • Native: No

 

Commonly Asked Questions

How far apart should I plant Miles Choice for a screening hedge?

‘Miles Choice’ used for screening or hedging purposes, planting them approximately 1 meter apart can create a relatively dense and effective barrier over time.

 

Can Mile’s choice be pleached?

Yes, these plants are ideal for pleaching or creating topiary designs or for layered underplanting.

 

Are Miles’s choices edible?

Bay trees are valued for their culinary use—specifically, their aromatic leaves are commonly used in cooking. They can also be cultivated as ornamental plants due to their evergreen nature, glossy leaves, and the ability to be pruned into various shapes, such as topiaries or hedges.