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  1. Privet hedge losing leaves in winter

    • Privet Hedge - Cold Winter Survival They didn't even drop their leaves, nor this year either. There is another tree that can be made into a hedge. I feel we are in danger of losing all the hedge. stunted growth, dying twigs and yellowing, prematurely dropping leaves. ``

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  2. Privet hedge losing leaves in winter

    • A neighbour has a well established Privet hedge. With the onset of winter the leaves have turned pale in colour with some plants losing their It loses leaves in the winter...

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  3. privet hedge losing leaves in winter

    • All are deciduous shrubs, losing their leaves in winter. Privet grows 1.2 to 4.5 metres (4 to 15 feet) tall with a spread of 1.2 to 2.4 metres (4 to 8 feet) if left uncut, or it can be shaped into a formal hedge of whatever size you desire.

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  4. How to Cut a Privet Hedge | eHow

    • All are deciduous shrubs, losing their leaves in winter. Privet grows 4 to 15 feet tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet if left uncut, or it can be shaped into a formal hedge of whatever size you desire.

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  5. How to cut a privet hedge | eHow UK

    • All are deciduous shrubs, losing their leaves in winter. Privet grows 1.2 to 4.5 metres (4 to 15 feet) tall with a spread of 1.2 to 2.4 metres (4 to 8 feet) if left uncut, or it can be shaped into a formal hedge of whatever size you desire.

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  6. Chinese Privet Hedge for Sale | Fast Growing Trees

    • Chinese privets have unique variegated leaves and will quickly fill in to create a beautiful multicolor privacy hedge. They're fast growing and low maintenance.
    • does this hedge lose its leaves in the winter ?

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  7. How to Prune Privet Hedges | Home Guides | SF Gate

    • This allows light to hit the entire face of the hedge so the bottom does not lose leaves in shaded conditions. 8.
    • Tip. Cut out one-third of the largest branches of each privet in the hedge each year in late winter to maintain its natural, rounded shape in an informal hedge.

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  8. Growing a Privacy Hedge | ThriftyFun | Beech (deciduous): Comes in purple or green-leaved forms. Leaves turn tan/brown in the fall and remain on the hedge during the winter.

    • I am looking for something that retains some leaves during the winter; that would be perfect!
    • July 24, 20100 found this helpful. I used to live in Tn and we had privet hedge. It was a good distance from the house so the pollen didn't bother us.

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  9. Privet Growth Rate | Home Guides | SF Gate

    • Privets work well as hedges to divide areas of the garden. There are several types of privet (Ligustrum spp.), but most grow at a fairly rapid rate.
    • Identification. Depending on species, privets may be deciduous or evergreen. California privet, for example, loses its leaves each winter, while two other...

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  10. Privet Hedging

    • Despite not being an evergreen, a privet hedge will only shed its leaves as a result of particularly harsh winters.
    • Both species are deciduous or rather semi-evergreen, which means they may lose some or all of their leaves during cold Northern winters, depending on the variety chosen.

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