Kirschlorbeer 'Caucasica'


6,95 €


6,95 € (ab 90,00 € Bestellwert versandkostenfrei)

ca. 40 - 60 cm
Im 3 Liter Container
Januar bis Dezember
je eine Pflanze
sehr gut winterhart
ganzjährig, bei frostfreiem Boden
immergrün, dunkelgrün, glänzend, ledrig
Mai bis Mai
weiße Blüten in aufrechten Trauben
normaler Gartenboden
sonnig bis schattig
sehr gut schnittverträglich
mehrjährig, winterhart
Hecke, Sicht- und Windschutz, Einzelstellung, Gruppen
straff aufrecht, sehr dicht
200 cm bis 250 cm
80 cm bis 120 cm
20-40 cm/Jahr
pro lfd. Meter werden 3 Pflanzen benötigt

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