Online Catalogue | Wild Privet Hedging (Ligustrum vulgare)
Wild Privet differs from the Common Privet in that its leaves are longer and slimmer, it's creamy white flowers (July) are very attractive to insects and it produces bunches of shiny black fruits in Autumn much loved by Thrushes. It is likely to lose most of its leaves in very cold winters but most years it keeps a fair proportion of green leaves, providing mixed native hedges with some winter wildlife cover. It is good at the coast, good in all but the wettest and driest soils, good in shade (as long as the soil is not dry) and good in exposed windy positions. Harmful if eaten.We have cell grown and pot grown plants available all year round and bare roots which are available from November to early April (sometimes late March). Don't forget to order RootGrow and/or Bonemeal.New range of beautiful topiary now available.
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