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(Amur Privet)

Amur privet, once classified as Ligustrum amurense is a spreading, evergreen or semi-deciduous shrub from northern China. It has small, elliptical, mid-green slightly glossy leaves which are fuzzy on the midrib 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...

Image of Ligustrum ovalifolium photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

Ligustrum comprises approximately 50 species of shrubs and small trees. They are evergreen or deciduous and native to Asia, Australia, North Africa and Europe. Prized for attractive foliage, rapid growth and a profusion of small flowers, they are often planted as shrubbery, hedges or specimen trees. Many ligustrums are known as privet.

Shiny leaves, variable shaped are arranged opposite each other on the stems. Branched clusters of small, funnel-shaped flowers ending in four lobes...

Image of Ligustrum sinense photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Chinese Privet)

Chinese privet is a large, arching, deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub native to China. In summer it bears large, showy, odoriferous clusters of small white flowers, giving rise to blue-black fruits that are relished and disseminated by birds. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure, and is often invasive through self-sowing. Its variegated cultivars flower and fruit less heavily, and make good accent, border, and foundation plants.

(Chinese Privet, Swift Creek Chinese Privet)

Chinese privet is a large, arching, deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub native to China. In summer it bears large, showy, odoriferous clusters of small white flowers, giving rise to blue-black fruits that are relished and disseminated by birds. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure, and is often invasive through self-sowing. Its variegated cultivars flower and fruit less heavily, and make good accent, border, and foundation plants.

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Russell Stafford

(Chinese Privet, Variegated Chinese Privet)

Chinese privet is a large, arching, deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub native to China. Its cultivar ‘Variegatum’ features a compact habit and attractive, gray-green, white-edged leaves. Its white flowers and blue-black fruits are less abundant than those of typical Chinese privet. It will grow in almost any soil type or sun exposure, and can be invasive through self-sowing. ‘Variegatum’ makes a good accent, border, or foundation plant.

Image of Ligustrum vulgare photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Privet)

Common privet is a spreading, deciduous shrub native to Europe and North Africa. It has narrow, lance-shaped, dark green leaves held on stiff, erect branches. The leaves turn a dull purple in fall. The shrub has many branches arising from ground level. The odiferous 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 attractive to birds.

Common privet is not picky about locations, it...

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James H. Schutte

(Cheyenne Privet, Common Privet)

Cheyenne privet is a spreading, deciduous shrub native to Europe and North Africa that has exceptional cold hardiness and a slightly more upright form. It has narrow, lance-shaped, dark green leaves held on stiff, erect branches. Not known for spectacular fall foliage color, the leaves do have a tendency to remain for an extended period, as late as early winter. The shrub has dense branches arising from ground level. The odiferous white flowers are produced midsummer in pyramidal-shaped, branched...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Privet, Lodense Privet)

Common privet is a spreading, deciduous shrub native to Europe and North Africa. The cultivar ‘Lodense’ is a compact habit. It has narrow, lance-shaped, dark green leaves held on stiff, erect branches. The leaves turn a dull purple in fall. The shrub has many branches arising from ground level. The odiferous 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 attractive to birds.

Common...

Image of Ligustrum x vicaryi photo by: Hahira Nursery

Hahira Nursery

(Golden Vicary Privet)

Vicary privet is an upright deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub resulting from a cross between golden California privet and common privet. It is grown for its foliage which assumes golden yellow tones in full sun. In shade the color is a dull chartreuse. Vicary privet accepts almost any soil type or sun exposure and tolerates drought. It is widely used in hedging and screening and as a feature plant.

Image of Lindera benzoin photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Spicebush)

Spicebush is a large early-blooming deciduous shrub with fragrant leaves that turn golden yellow in fall. It occurs in damp woodlands over much of eastern and central North America.

Large oval medium-green leaves with conspicuous veins are borne alternately along spicebush's speckled stems. Bruised leaves and twigs emit a fruity aroma. Fragrant, yellow-green flowers open from large globular buds in early spring before the leaves flush. Female plants produce attractive bright red berries in fall,...