Can I take cuttings from Laurel. Suddenly have one sprouting from between large rockery stones about 3 feet high now
You can, but the best tile to do it is late summer to early autumn - assuming it's the hedging laurel and not the culinary version. The RHS offers this advice and info on such cuttings - https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=404
Do you want more plants for a purpose or just some insurance for when you take this one out because it's in the wrong place?
It is definitely in the wrong place and I would like to make a laurel hedge round part of our field. Not sure how to cut it, is it the same method as say gooseberries etc.
Our field is next to a field with horses. Is it poisonous for them? Think it is the hedging Laurel and that is where I'd like to put it on the border of the two fields.