Bay leaf

Bay leaves are used in flavouring food and drinks. Fresh leaves are saturated with vitamins and minerals.  
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Bay leaf

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Bay leaf adds flavour to many savoury foods as well as beverages The bay leaf tree reaches a height of approximately 12 metres, producing highly aromatic leaves which are usually picked and dried to be used as a spice. The leaves are smooth, dark green and oval-shaped with a slender point. When dried, bay leaves are leathery and turn into a deep olive green colour. Fresh bay leaves are more potent than dried leaves, but in either form, they offer a woodsy, herbal and slightly floral aroma. This tree can be planted year-round in full sunlight and requires watering in dry conditions.

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Scientific Name

Laurus nobilis

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St Augustine Nurseries

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La Pastora Plant Propagating Station Santa Cruz

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