Regal Privet Hedge
- Latin Name- Ligustrum Vulgare Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 5-7 ft Width- 3-7 Sun or Shade- Full Sun
Regal Privet Hedge
Regal Privet Hedges are hardy. Privets can be trimmed back as perfect hedges in all shapes and sizes. Privet plants prefer full sun to partial shade. This type plant prefers moist well-drained soil. The botanical name of privet plants is Ligustrum. Privet plants have a small white bloom in June through July. They can be trimmed and made into specific sizes, shapes, and designs. These shrubs are an unusual choice as they grow to become very thick and dense when fully mature. They look amazing and bring lots of bright and vivid color to lawns and garden areas. They remain green most of the year as in the winter months they may lose their tiny green leaves. They are covered in green leaves and are also great because they can be trimmed to be kept at desired heights for homeowners and gardeners. They also work great to provide borders for sidewalks, driveways and also other landscapes. They work great when used to landscape around a home, and several are planted. They bring excellent curb appeal and also supply a neat and arranged look around dwellings. These shrubs are too great and can be decorated during the holidays with strings of tiny lights to brighten up the house. They are solid and can withstand harsh weather conditions. The regal privet hedge (scientific name Ligustrum obtusifolium)is a type of deciduous hedge used most often in yards as a decoration piece. The bushy, hearty greenery can be trimmed into various shapes, supporting crisp, clean lines cut into it. Its incredible adaptability to virtually any environment, plus its ability to grow as high as 12 feet if allowed, make it a popular choice among topiary artists in urban and suburban settings. As mentioned before, regal pivots can thrive in most environments, but they prefer moist soil in full or partial sun the most. If left unpruned, it may even sprout white flowers.