Description

The new Prunus laurocerasus Goris Gold is an addition to the Prunus-assortment. In spring the Goris Gold makes new shoots that are chartreuse coloured and do not burn in full sun. If you prune in summer, you stimulate the Goris Gold to make new chartreuse shoots. Goris Gold has the habit of 'Reynvaanii' and is ideal to use as a hedge plant. The new Prunus Goris Gold is found by Kees Goris on the Brabantse Wal. After 7 years the height is 2 m and the width 80 cm. the application is mass planting and as a hedge. The Goris Gold stands preferably in full sun or partial shade on a moist, well-drained soil.Because of the chartreuse new shoots, Goris Gold sparkles like sunshine in your garden.

Key Points

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Golden fresh new shoots
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Broad upright habit
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Low maintenance
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Strong roots
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Very hardy