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Rosary vine plant care, tools, techniques

Description: Prunus laurocerasus (Rosary) is grown as an ornamental in North American climates. The flowers bloom in spring and are the earliest of all hardy members of the Rosaceae family. Flowers are four-petaled and have a scent that is sweet and spicy like cinnamon. The fragrant flowers are followed by small, dark pink, five-lobed fruit. The fruit of Rosary are eaten by birds and beneficial insects. Birds also feed on the buds and the white flower buds and fruits.

Feeding: Prunus laurocerasus does not need feeding for vegetative growth. It will grow 6-12 inches each year but it may get 3-4 feet tall each year depending on climate conditions. When blossoms are about to bloom, apply a balanced fertilizer to feed and encourage growth. Rosary can be treated as a groundcover by planting it as a single, annual, stem or half-bush type.

Hummingbirds will feed on its flowers.

Warmth and light: Prunus laurocerasus is a slightly frost-tender, USDA zone 3-6 plant. It can tolerate a wide range of light conditions from full sun to deep shade. It can withstand a high temperature of about 45 degrees and will grow poorly in very cold climates. During the winter, prunus will bloom in the coolest, most protected position of the garden. The prunus is deciduous and it will drop most of its leaves in the fall. It is best to cut it down in early fall and let it mulch into the ground to prevent it from rotting.

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.Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for general educational purposes and not intended for the professional, commercial or scientific use.

The articles are not meant to replace personal consultation with a qualified and licensed professional

scientist.The information and opinions provided are believed to be reliable and accurate at the time they were written.The authors and the publisher acknowledge that over time and due to rapid technological development there may be changes in the accuracy of the information and opinions contained in this article. The elements of care that the authors, contributors, and publisher assume from the information and opinions provided are those of not-for-profit educational and humanitarian nature. Please use the referencing system at the end of the article for further reading.

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