Mixed hedge containing hawthorn and field maple Taxus baccata (common yew) cones

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Prunus laurocerasus (common laurel) hedge The former bishop's palace garden in Castres in France
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Privet hedging plants and trees

    Privet hedges are vigorous and evergreen in mild areas, while losing their leaves in winter in cold situations. Privet hedging plants have fragrant cream flowers in mid-summer. Privet hedge plants should be planted about 45cm apart, either in a staggered row, for an extra dense hedge, or in a single row.
Ligustrum ovalifolium AureumLigustrum ovalifolium
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Ligustrum vulgare Atrovirens

Golden leaved privet (ligustrum ovalifolium 'Aureum')

from £2.39

Oval leaved privet (ligustrum ovalifolium)

from £0.56

Wild privet (ligustrum vulgare)

from £0.67

Wild privet (ligustrum vulgare 'Atrovirens')

from £0.83

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