Laurel - Plants

Plants

Laurel particularly refers to plants used for laurel wreaths:

  • Grecian laurel, Laurus nobilis
  • Spineless Butcher's Broom, Ruscus hypoglossum.

It also refers to:

  • Alexandrian laurel:
    • Calophyllum inophyllum, and evergreen tree in family Calophyllaceae
    • Danae racemosa, a small shrub in family Asparagaceae
  • Azores laurel, Laurus azorica
  • Bay laurel, Laurus nobilis
  • Bog laurel:
    • Kalmia microphylla
    • Kalmia polifolia
  • California Laurel, Umbellularia californica
  • Camphor Laurel, Cinnamomum camphora
  • Canary laurel, Laurus novocanariensis
  • Cape Laurel, Ocotea bullata
  • Cherry laurel, Prunus laurocerasus
  • Chilean laurel, Laurelia sempervirens
  • Chinese laurel, Antidesma bunius
  • Ecuador laurel, Cordia alliodora
  • English Laurel, Prunus laurocerasus
  • Great laurel, Rhododendron maximum
  • Grecian laurel, Laurus nobilis
  • Hedge laurel, Pittosporum erioloma
  • Indian laurel (disambiguation)
  • Japanese laurel, Aucuba japonica
  • Laurel clock vine, Thunbergia laurifolia
  • Laurel sumac, Malosma laurina
  • Mountain laurel (disambiguation)
  • New Zealand laurel:
    • Corynocarpus laevigatus
    • Coprosma repens
  • Pig laurel, Kalmia angustifolia
  • Portugal laurel, Prunus lusitanica
  • Sheep laurel, Kalmia angustifolia
  • Spotted laurel, Aucuba japonica
  • Spurge laurel, Daphne laureola
  • Swamp laurel:
    • Kalmia microphylla
    • Kalmia polifolia
  • Laurel forest a forest with laurel-like trees, not necessarily laurels

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