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Maybe you need to sacrifice speed a bit for durability and go with a conifer like Green Giant, or one of the faster growing holly trees. Mention it to the average gardener and they picture a big, boring plant with green leaves that must be constantly battled with to stop it taking over, and which seeds wildly in every direction, invades the surrounding countryside, and ends up getting itself banned in multiple jurisdictions. You don’t mention how long you have had them, but if they are established I doubt it is too serious. The foliage is very different (simple leaves versus divided ones in elderflower), and the first rule of foraging is to be 100% sure of your plants. Aurora IL Area, Schaefer Greenhouses Trees and Shrubs Broadleaf Evergreen, Evergreen, Flowering Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees, Shade Trees, Small Fruit Trees and Vines. As for mingling’, trees generally mix only with their own kind, or those closely related, so no danger of getting an oak/privet hybrid springing up! But if you don’t need to reduce the size, leaving a plant alone will usually result in more flowers, and a more natural form. from Mountain Rose Herbs site: As hedge some winters are too cold and I have to start all over every 5 years or so. 5 petals is almost universal, so that doesn’t help much either. I already have a bee problem in the neighbor’s house. . I can’t find any info on Korean privet though It says Ligustrum (not Vulgare) on the tag also. Yes, trimming after blooming is always a good idea, and it will stimulate lots of fresh new leaves, keep it dense, and control the size. Male and female flowers occur on separate trees. We have a lingustrum it is about 6 yrs old, it has never bloomed. I am guessing ‘yes’, but either way it is pretty shade resistant, and with overhead direct light it should grow fine until you can take down the fence. Outrageous! It will, like any plant that produces quantities of pollen and nectar, attract bees. The lack of smell suggests it isn’t privet, but people’s idea of what smells strong or not varies a lot too. The fallen berries may stain car paint, walks, and patios. That hedge was planted at the base of the wall and has grown to about 9feet high. Now let’s see who to cross off the invitation list. I am sorry you are having financial problems, but keep safe! They provide wonderful shade, the bees and butterflies are abundant when they bloom, they do grow fast which is great if you are looking for a small shade tree and they are easy to prune. Did you carefully identify the ones you saw as non-native? Berries will shed, it is completely normal for up to 20% of the berries to fall off over time. Thanks! The showy white flower clusters are attractive, however, the odor may be objectionable. I am also no sure how much it flowers, as many golden plants like this don’t flower the way the parent version does. A variety listed as growing smaller will of course take longer to reach that height than a tall variety will, if you are willing to keep trimming it regularly. It has overgrown many wild areas and is very difficult to keep clear. The genus contains about 50 species of erect, deciduous or evergreen shrubs, sometimes forming small or medium-sized trees, native to Europe, north Africa, Asia, many introduced and naturalised in Australasia, where only one species extends as a native into Queensland. Most of the foliage is in the upper 6′ to 12″ area. But in their yard. Any reason why? Id be ok with the trimming(assuming a quick run with a hedge trimmer on all sides) My main concern is it starting to pop up everywhere. For as long as I can remember, I have always loved the distinct scent of the privet flowers. All the other hedges in the neighborhood are totally different. My neighbor has the identical setup as Phil’s neighbor. So plant one and save the bees! If you live in an area prone to fire you should have no large trees within 50 feet of your property, or 100 foot if the land slopes upwards away from the property. The flowers are tiny and white with little smell and the leaves are dark and shiny. It also looks similar to some shrubs in our nearby neighbors but theirs may be the “creme-de-menthe” variegated… we were preferring a dark green. Glad we don’t have small children or ‘nibbly’ pets. Does it truly stay within the size range of 2ft wide by 12ft tall? Granted the flowers are a little hard on my allergies, so I never plant too close to my entry or window. This is a beautiful plant. Then come the tiny pure berries that stain surrounding walkways. Which would explain the … My privet, whatever it was, did not stink and I did not mind the new seedlings as it added to the privacy screen between us and our neighbor. It does get clusters of berries once or twice a year. I really don’t want to return them, but also don’t want to worry about possible spreading. Are any species native to the US? After the blossoms fade, privets produce small berries, known to attract birds. Privet will burn, but not as much as, for example, eucalyptus. Would it be an issue to have a mix of container sizes to start? If you look at our Nandina, Barberry, and Buddleja, for example, you will see we tend to sell sterile varieties, or make it very clear which ones are not suitable for some areas. Is there a definitive answer as to how old a privet can get. I need a fast growing hedge to hide and take over my chain link fence. Ruellia is very invasive in zones 9 and 10, but it sounds like it is just as bad in zone 8! I have 2 taking over my fence line. I searched for an hour for a truly informative piece on the various types of privet and not just garden center specifics. Thank’s Lisa! I’m in south western KY. however I dont think I have seen it used as a clipped hedge. Do it soon, or if it hasn’t flowered yet, do it straight after flowering. I suggest taking a piece, in bloom or with berries, to a local garden center, where you might get lucky and find someone who knows the local plants in your area. The seeds inside a yew berry are poisonous, rather than the fruit itself, and are … Fruits are flat, berry-like drupes that are 0.2" long and blue-black in color. Privet fruit are small, oblong-shaped berries that are dark blue or black. The hedge will be planted above a 3 foot retaining wall that runs between our yards. Just a thought. Most will grow in zone 7. Privet fruit is from the ligustrum lucidum plant, a traditional Chinese herb known by the name of Nu Zhen Zi. I’d love it to be super dense and reach at least 6ft tall. They thrive in … I’m imagining just letting them grow natural form. Ligustrum berry comes from the Ligustrum lucidum Ait plant, also sometimes called glossy privet. May I send a picture please? I don’t want berries! If you only have a small space, you will probably need to trim it at least annually after a few years, but it will take a while to reach 10 feet, unless you can find some large plants, which is probably unlikely. its like an army. Why do local nurseries offer such invasive plants?! Shorter hedges – under 4 feet – need to be no more than 2 feet apart, but 3 feet is best for taller ones. I strongly dislike mine, and as soon as I can, I’m having it removed. I have a love/hate relationship with it. The new leaves of brush cherry have a reddish colour. Does the Davidson Hardy check all these boxes? I’m looking for an evergreen, fast growing, flowering and hardy plant as a privacy hedge. You mention planting east to west, so which side of the fence will the privet be? Identifying plants is not easy if you don’t actually see them, there are just too many plants, and even if they are privet, knowing which exact one is very hard. If your pup has a good selection of rawhide bones and toys, it probably will ignore plants in your garden – besides crashing into them when running around! It has smaller more rounded leaves. PLEASE do not plant ANY species of privet, and when removing it, be thorough in either removing the root or spraying it with herbicide to ensure that it will not return. Can I plant close to other trees? But totally gone so I can only go by the height. Other than pulling out the thousands of tiny seedlings, it is very difficult to get rid of. I live in northern Alabama. BTW, this one is the one one in the area that bees regularly come to when it’s in bloom; if that helps any. It does depend on variety, but California is probably not a good state to plant it, and anyway, you have a lot of other choices. Most species produce white flowers followed by small black berry-shaped fruit. I’m trying to identify the bushes in my front yard, I’m thinking they might be privet but I’m not sure. This has a different style of foliage from most other evergreens I have been looking at. We live in southern Arizona and we would like to know if the berries will ever fall off. The Juniper Virginiana is a common site in my neck of the woods for sure. He had to remove Honey bees from the wall. Spacing on planting? I have 6 Japanese privet that were planted in the back of my property as a hedge about 6 years ago. Thank you! I want to create a hedge for privacy around my patio. This is an interesting one! adroll_pix_id = "T5DEBSDHVFG4FA3KSLHHKJ"; Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day), Partial Shade (Direct sunlight only part of the day, 2-6 hours). This is a great blog on the Waxleaf Privet and seems like you have sparked a lot of conversation. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other landscape plants with less refined foliage. Last summer, I had the yard crew whack the towering Chinese privet hedge to four feet high, and I now have privets everywhere in my 20×12 ft bed. Yesterday, I finally purchased 2 “Wavyleaf Ligustrum” /Ligustrum japonicum Recurvifolium (this is the name on the tag) with the idea to plant in front of my house, in front of a window, as bushes. These plants spread outside the garden because birds eat the berries and then spread the seeds as they move about and do what birds do. The shrub from HELL !!! It does get clusters of berries once or twice a year. Maybe they need some lessons on swarming. Ours! . They spread over the party fence line. Thanks for the Great info!! If you are not averse to chemicals, and can still buy it where you live, then Roundup will kill them without harming other plants, as long as you put it only on the privet leaves. Trimming shortly after flowering also removes the potential for seeding and spreading, so any possibility of becoming a weed is eliminated, while also keeping your plants tidy and attractive. L. japonicum has opposite green, leathery leaves, usually oblong or ovate with smooth margins. I have a screen of privets along my back fence. I plan on keeping both so any suggestions are greatly appreciated. I hesitate to give a zone as it depends on whose chart you are looking at. This is a plant that will grow rapidly and crowd out your garden, as well as producing some dull flowers that never the less seed profusely, and have already spread into many north-eastern forests. The Lodense Privet is a form of common privet – Ligustrum vulgare. Will pruning the flowing or subsequent berries slow down the hedge’s growth? So NOT plant this plant in your yard. There are alternatives! Maybe thats a better solution for my specific scenario. Syzygium australe Similar to tree privet. Hi. The reality is where I live, there are so many seedlings that pop up everywhere especialy holly seedlings. It is not going to be hardy with you. It proved easier for him to remove it by hauling thru our yard. Not sure about the invasive potential of Japanese Ligustrum in Tennessee, but I suggest you check. Sounds like you have amateur beekeepers somewhere near you? Her reaction was, “CUT IT DOWN”. Here are 10 easy-to-grow berry-producing shrubs, vines and trees that produce berries that birds will love. This is privet by the way. I do trim it once or twice a year. These shrubs have opposite, leathery, oblong leaves that terminate with a … Some are invasive almost everywhere. I would go with Texas, as California grows too large for you, although it does clip well. The birds do NOT eat them and they have been there since late fall. Japanese Privet is a large evergreen shrub or small tree that grows rapidly up to 3' in the sun to partial shade. Thank you in advance, We have 2 giant evergreen privets on either side of our driveway that were planted by previous owners. Japanese privet has a good fragrance, but of course fragrance is subjective. Your article set me on the right path. Would the Howardii ligustrum privet fulfill those qualities? The common privet is band in Maine as it is labeled as invasive. They have 4-5 pairs of indistinct raised veins on the undersurface and grow 2-4" long. Did it even when tenants were out. C’est la vie…let them be! It thrives there, has the most intoxicating fragrance when blooming, and is easily maintained with occasional pruning. But if you need a quick hedge–WOW–plus the birds are nuts about the glossy black berries. It still came back!! Have you considered one of the narrow junipers, like ‘Skyrocket’ or ‘Blue Arrow’? I now want something that will scent the garden again when in bloom, provide a screen as a new building is going up next door, attract bees and birds with low Maitenance, on a slight slope and near a water sucking birch tree. They are pretty tough and easy to move around. It is ironic that in the back our neighbors’ privets have destroyed the fence and we have two of them now growing in our yard…impossible to get rid of easily. If you clip it regularly it won’t flower, so it can’t be invasive anyway if it doesn’t flower and seed. Good for this area as it is hardy and no pests. Usually called ‘California Privet’ this is Ligustrum ovalifolium. Hardiness. what is privet tree –very tall– flammability? If you want flowers and no berries, just trim as the flowers fade. I live in the Nashville, TN area and am in the process of doing some re-landscaping at our 23 year old home of the past 8 years. The syrup smells really fantastic. People have died that way – really, they have. Should we dead head them for the bees? And now thinking I should return. Regular trimming is the best way to reduce or eliminate flowering in any privet. I live in southern California. How can I tell the difference between a Japanese privet, a white lilac bush or a Hawaiian Mockorange; or whatever it is. But right on the shore you should have the coastal effect keeping it a bit warmer, so probably OK. You might also consider using eastern red cedar – Juniperus virginiana, which clips well, grows on the shore, is more cold resistant, and doesn’t grow so fast, so needs less frequent clipping. It is much safer to eat only what is known to be safe and edible, rather than experiment with this or that. Thanks! I do think it is potentially invasive, especially in the long term, when no-one is trimming regularly anymore. Wax Leaf Privet (Ligustrum japonicum ‘Texanum’). The Texanum does drop a few leaves and flowers, but I’ve yet to have another one grow nearby from seedlings. Used to be in a large pot, then 2 years ago I planted it in a garden next to our front porch. Plants have grown completely out of control here. It’s a form of European privet, Ligustrum vulgare ‘Cheyenne’. The final way to make privet beautiful is to allow enough room for it to fully develop. Haven’t had any die of freezing or high temps and also do well in part shade. What a great, helpful article! Further south the Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) is the playground bully. One of the ones that was flourishing, dense, full and green, produced a tremendous amount of blooms. thanks for the response dave! I have these things proliferating in central California–the fastest-growing thing I have ever seen. In Texas, we also have the invasive Quihoui Privet (Ligustrum quihoui) which should be included in the Bad list. A very different beast from boxwood, needing lots of trimming, because they grow so fast. Common Species Of the hundreds of varieties of privets, several species are seen commonly in home and formal gardens. Many years ago I lived in England, and there was a case where 5 people (I think that was the number, but several, anyway) died from eating a forage salad. It has young golden leaves, turning light green as they mature. Not disagreeing with you in principle – and thanks for all your hard work in clearing land – but these issues are more nuanced than you are suggesting. Sounds cool! What makes privet beautiful is a little care from its owner. I would like 10 – 15 feet in height, non invasive, more bushy than tree-like. It can form an impenetrable thicket and produces toxic berries. Also, some varieties hardly ever bloom, others do it a lot – perhaps you have a ‘non-blooming’ one? They worked very well. Typical plant to find in a neglected lot – probably escaped from a surrounding garden at some time. But it’s non-native, pops up all over because of the birds, and the berries are toxic to people (and, I think, mammals.) Of course a nursery that sells privet will sign it’s praises 🙁 like any other snake oil sells man … when in reality the allowance of privet bradford pears and it’s many new cultivators, Nandinas, periwinkle just to list a few invasive that should be band years ago!!! This shrub will require occasional maintenance and upkeep, and can be pruned at anytime. The amount of flowering/berries can differ from year to year. Way too fast! Very hearty bright green and visually appealing, however our Golden Retriever pup loves to chew sticks, bark, and leaves. Creamy white foetids on 2-6" terminal pyramidal panicles in late spring. Chinese Privet. I’m tired of laurel and the thujas around here seem afflicted with something, so am wary of adding more. Could you shed some light on this? Being that tall I’m thinking they were Japanese privets. Do yourself and your neighbors a favor. We have a privet tree that is about 15 years old and is about 20 ft tall. That splitting of the branches into many stems is a natural result of continued pruning over many years – again, pretty universal for shrubs. Will any form of privet be evergreen here? Don’t plant them is my advice! The only bad time would be at the height of summer, especially during a drought. If you are on the north side, you will find your neighbor gets the best side of the privet hedge, and your side will be relatively thin, since it is the shady side. Twigs are smooth, gray, and covered with large lenticels. I live on the Jersey Shore in Monmouth County – more north/central Jersey. They might not be native, but when they make flowers, the bees love them, and the berries attract hundreds of Robins and Cedar Waxings that feed off of them for weeks. Flowering occurs in June. Right now I’ve transferred a bunch of the baby ones which sprout reliably each year. If I trim off the blooms will the leaves begin to grow again so that the bush is back to being dense? The other issue is this – once a plant is established in the wild, what impact does the garden population have on increasing its spread, compared to the acres and acres of it growing wild? It should have been contained in the jungles of Southeast Asia from where it came…I am in the process of trying to eliminate it from my 483 acre forest…almost IMPOSSIBLE !!! As this article makes clear, there are certainly privet species that are invasive. I grow it for the privacy and for the birds and am shocked that so many people hate it. Can you provide info on the Howardii ligustrum privet? In the rest of our yard we have privet almost everywhere and are trying to make our yard not look just like weeds. I’m now wondering if there are meant to be able to keep as bushes and also am now worried about the possibility of seedlings that some people have mentioned. I live in southeast Washington (Zone 7a), and need a fast-growing privacy hedge that will stay under 15-20 feet. It should be deer resistant, but that doesn’t mean deer proof – if they are hungry enough. I placed weed barrier cloth in the planted area with wood chips on top which has made it all low maintenance over the last ten years. There is actually no solid definition of what is ‘native’ – it depends when you start measuring it, as many plants that are today part of the ecology were brought over by early settlers, or before that, native peoples via Alaska. . The roots are really tough to dig up. The only way to stop berries would be to stop flowering, which means regular trimming. If not, I would think that when hot dry weather arrives they will be fine. I see your and other comments describe the flower scent as “honey-like” as in “sweet” – I’m sensitive to sickeningly sweet scents (like Russian olive) and pollen. Don’t mix sizes, the smaller ones won’t grow well. I live in NJ outside Philadelphia and I’m now learning they may not thrive here. What would I have central Virginia? Unfortunately, it is planted too close to my houe so I have to frequently trim it as it grows fast. So I remembered my wild privet hedge in Arkansas. I have a Japanese variegated privet on my walking path and it produces the best smelling flowers! After reaching desired height, how often does it need trimming to remain in shape? Bridgette. . 😬. I have it in Oklahoma. In February this year, we moved to Arlington, Texas (suburb of Dallas). I never understood the privet hatred amongst gardeners. The flowers are produced in mid-summer in panicles 3–6 cm long, each flower creamy-white, with a tubular base and a four-lobed corolla('petals') 4–6 mm diameter. I live in West Texas (Zone 9a) and came across this page through a Google search. With chrysanthemum and wolfberries, and it ’ s tough, and website in this browser the... 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