The Bay Laurel is one of the characteristic plants of the Mediterranean. The plant is evergreen and reaches heights of up to 2.50 meters. In the spring, the laurel flowers with many small yellowish-white flowers. This culinary favorite is used extensively in French, Italian, Spanish, Greek and Creole cooking. It’s easily grown in ground or container. Bay Laurel can be shaped into hedge for topiary form or grown as a small tree. it’s commercially grown for its aromatic leaves. Bay laurel will do best in partial shade. In cooler regions, container growth is recommended.