Photo: (color) Teacher Jeanne Sbardellati's first-graders at Bay Laurel
School raise their hands Tuesday to say why they like her.
The group meets in Bay Laurel
Elementary school in Calabasas.
ALLPLANT ESSENCE[TM] new flavors including German Chamomile, Thyme, Oregano, Incense Cedar, and Bay Laurel
Name: Bay Laurel
Occupation: Occasional surprise component in forkfuls of home-cooked bolognese sauces.
It sickens nearly two dozen other hosts that range from California buckeye, bay laurel
, and bigleaf maple to redwood, some rhododendrons, and even certain blueberry cultivars.
Ancient Greeks awarded bay laurel
wreaths to outstanding scholars, renowned artists, and triumphant athletes.
Eventually, however, she became so smitten with gardening that one year she planted as a birthday present for her daughter some boxwood, a bay laurel
, and 400 tulips in the young woman's yard.
The bay laurel
, which grows naturally in the Mediterranean region and provided the original bay leaf, was also famous for supplying the wreaths given to people of prominence in Roman times.
Combine that with a unique palette of flavors, such as satsuma-ginger, tupelo honey, and bay laurel
, and you have an ice cream that truly stands out.
(Laurus nobilis) The thick, leathery dark green leaves of laurus nobilis make the bay tree a favourite for topiary, especially in potagers and herb gardens.
William Buick, just back from a threeday break in the south of France, picked up a two-day ban on close fifth Bay Laurel
I have a bay laurel
tree growing in a 15" pot and the tree has now grown to about 3 feet tall.