Largest selling hedge plant in America! It is a fast-growing, superior, long-lived and beautiful hedge plant. If you love neat, formal trimmed hedges, our Hardy Amur Privet is the hedge for you.
Privet hedges (Ligustrum shrubs) are traditional favorites, being amenable to pruning. But these bushes are invasive plants in North America.
Planting a Privet Hedge. June 9, 2013 By Jane Windham.
Care advice for Privet hedging. We recommend trimming your Privet hedge plants at least twice a year, in May and August, to maintain form and keep your hedges tidy.
How to Plant a Privet Hedge. Planting Privet hedges is one of the easiest ways to create fast growing, smart, evergreen barriers around your garden.
The purpose of your hedge should be a determining factor in choosing the type of privet you plant. Different varieties thrive in different U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones.
To plant a new privet hedge, create a trench two feet wide and two feet deep, space individual shrubs about 12 inches apart, and bring soil up to the branching trunk.
A privet hedge plant, apart from delivering privacy to the dweller, signifies to be a green tribute to a sublime landscape design.
Most privet hedge plants are long-life plants which can grow more than 70 years. The planting place should be cleaned and any unnecessary things like weeds and big rocks should be removed.
Privet trees and shrubs (Ligustrum lucidum) are deciduous or semi-evergreen plants grown separately or in hedges. Depending on variety, privet shrubs in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness...