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Common Privet Winter Damage. jerryscubaMay 22, 2008. We planted a long privet hedge along our property line for privacy. We wanted something fast growing but could not spent a lot of money.

Privet Hedge - Direct Gardening

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This hedge grows very rapidly and fills in very quickly. Grows to 12-15' in height if left untrimmed, or trim to height desired. Plant 1 1/2' apart for hedge use. The Hardy Amur Privet is a winter hardy strain from Eastern Siberia -- perfect for rugged conditions.

Planting Privet Hedges

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Privet hedges comfortably handle winters far worse than any we are likely to see again.

Privet Hedge - Burgess Seed & Plant Co.

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This hedge grows very rapidly and fills in very quickly. Grows to 12-15' in height if left untrimmed, or trim to height desired. Plant 1 1/2' apart for hedge use. The Hardy Amur Privet is a winter hardy strain from Eastern Siberia -- perfect for rugged conditions.

Privet Hedges and how to renovate Privets by cutting them back

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Renovating Privet Hedge. Pruning Privet Hedges Back. By: Sandy Feather ©2008 Penn State Extension.

The Privet Hedge | This Old House

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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. Water deeply and frequently the first year, using drip irrigation.

The Best Time to Trim a Privet Hedge | Home Guides | SF Gate

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Late Winter to Early Spring. Young privet need pruning from the start to grow full and for a healthier plant down the road.

Privet | Better Homes and Gardens

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Privet requires a well-drained soil to prevent root rots. Shear privet hedges twice a season.

Chinese Privet Hedge for Sale | Fast Growing Trees

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I purchased two variegated privet shrubs to replace three plants that were severely damaged by black mold resulting from our extremely rainy winter this past year in Central

Problems With Boxwood Hedges | eHow | Winter Damage

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Boxwood plants are susceptible to a number of problems including cultural stresses, fungal disease and insect infestations. Winter Damage.

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