Wine Country EscapeTransitional Landscape, San Francisco

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Hedgers and Edgers: The 10 Best Shrubs for StructureJan 16, 2017

4. Carolina Laurelcherry (Prunus caroliniana)Native from Texas east to North CarolinaA low-water alternative to cherry laurel (P. laurocerasus), drought-tolerant Carolina laurelcherry has glossy leaves and an upright growth habit. Plant it as a hedge or grow dwarf varieties (Prunus caroliniana ‘Compacta’) in containers as accent shrubs.

Becky Harris added this to Landscape Tour: A Place to Savor Life in California’s Wine CountryMar 3, 2016

The Carolina laurel cherries are small evergreen trees that are densely packed with little glossy leaves, which makes them a great choice for a privacy hedge. They’re also drought-tolerant, which is especially important in California. The entire planting plan was designed with water conservation in mind. Below, planters along the sidewalk contain Little Ollie dwarf olive trees (Olea europaea ‘Montra’). They’re a clue to what awaits: The backyard has wonderful views of olive trees.

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F and G Landscape added this to Legette 2Jan 28, 2018

This is the dwarf olive shrub ‘Little Ollie’ I was talking about. It

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