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(Japanese Privet, Waxleaf Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

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Hahira Nursery

(Japanese Privet, Waxleaf Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. Its cultivar ‘Recurvifolium' has wavy, slightly twisted, shiny green leaves that are smaller than those of most other forms. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Its habit is upright and relatively open.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings,...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Privet, Round-leaved Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

(Japanese Privet, Silver Star Japanese Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

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Hahira Nursery

(Japanese Privet, Texanum Japanese Privet)

Privets are the most reliable evergreen hedge material in the warm south and west due to their size, foliage density and tolerance of humidity. The parent species of this Texas hybrid is native to Japan, Northern China and Korea. These shrubs can reach the size of a small tree with fine twigs bearing large waxy bright green leaves. ‘Texanum’ is shorter than the species and possibly more compact overall, making a better shrub or hedge candidate.

Privets bloom in spring or early summer with...

(Japanese Privet, Waxleaf Privet)

Japanese privet is a medium-sized, dense, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern Asia. The shiny, waxy, black-green leaves resemble camellia foliage. Clusters of small, white, pungent flowers appear in late spring and early summer. Numerous cultivars are available, including several with variegated leaves.

This adaptable shrub will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, screens, or containers....

Image of Ligustrum lucidum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Glossy Privet)

Glossy privet is a small broadleaf evergreen tree native to China. It differs from Japanese privet in its longer, less shiny leaves and its larger, later clusters of pungent white flowers. It can be pruned as a shrub or grown as a tree with an attractive, gray, sinuous trunk. The prolific blue-black fruits can cause litter problems when they fall. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, or screens....

(Chinese Privet, Vareigated Chinese Privet)

Glossy privet is a small broadleaf evergreen tree native to China. It differs from Japanese privet in its longer, less shiny leaves and its larger, later clusters of pungent white flowers. It can be pruned as a shrub or grown as a tree with an attractive, gray, sinuous trunk. The prolific blue-black fruits can cause litter problems when they fall. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, or screens....

(Chinese Privet, Davidson Hardy Chinese Privet)

Glossy privet is a small broadleaf evergreen tree native to China. It differs from Japanese privet in its longer, less shiny leaves and its larger, later clusters of pungent white flowers. It can be pruned as a shrub or grown as a tree with an attractive, gray, sinuous trunk. The prolific blue-black fruits can cause litter problems when they fall. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure and withstands heavy pruning. Use it as a specimen or in hedges, foundation plantings, or screens....

Image of Ligustrum obtusifolium photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Border Privet)

Border privet is a spreading, deciduous shrub from Japan. It has small, oval to elliptical, dark, glossy green leaves which are fuzzy underneath and are held on graceful, arching and wide-spreading branches. The leaves turn a dull reddish-purple in fall. The shrub has many branches arising from ground level. The fragrant or stinky white flowers are produced midsummer in pyramidal-shaped, branched heads at the ends of the stems. The flowers are followed by many dark purple to black fruits that are...