The villain is a large, evergreen shrub or small tree called Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense). It's worse than kudzu, in Grumpy's always correct opinion. Yes, I said that. Worse than kudzu. That's because kudzu needs sun to grow. Chinese privet, on the other hand, grows just about anywhere. In sun. In shade. In wet soil. In dry soil. In the city.
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A privet hedge running along a property border is a classic look. The very name seems to say "privacy," as if a line of these bushes could form the ideal screen for those seeking a more private setting. Many kinds are not especially beautiful plants when considered in isolation, but they do excel in the role of hedges.. Privet grows more quickly and can be shaped more easily than can boxwood
Privet Hedge Problems. Privet (Ligustrum spp.) is an ideal shrub for hedges and decorative topiary because it grows aggressively whether planted in sun or partial shade. In addition to their
Chinese Privet Hedges for Sale – FastGrowingTrees.com Colorful Screens, Accents and More Why Variegated Privets? It’s a hassle-free hedge and privacy screen, adaptable to drought, soil type and more: The Variegated Privet is second to none. That means you can create professional-looking hedge with the benefit of little upkeep. Known as the Chinese Privet, this variety is more eye-catching than traditional shrubs, with variegated leaves in tones