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Fabulous and functional, bay laurel is picture-perfect in a terracotta pot on the patio or doorstep where it's handy to the kitchen.
Fabulous and functional, bay laurel (Laurus nobilis) is picture-perfect in a terra-cotta pot on the patio or doorstep where it’s handy to the kitchen.
Savoury, aromatic bay leaves are widely used in French, Italian and Spanish cuisine.
Hardy to zone 8, bay laurel must be protected when grown in a colder climate: plant it in a container with well-drained soil and bring it indoors over winter. Water regularly but minimally; overwatering will cause the roots to rot.
To preserve the leaves for cooking, air dry in a shady spot or press them flat under weights. Store in airtight jars.