What should the planting distance be between each laurel to form a hedge?

Laurel plants should be planted 60cm to 90cm apart (2ft – 3ft) to form a good laurel hedge. The closer you plant the more instant your hedge will be. You will need more plants though so it will cost you more to plant. The further away you plant the longer the laurel hedge will take to fill in. A compromise can be found between planting distance, number of plants required, and time to fill in.

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