Bare Root Wild Privet Bundle 90/120cm x 50
(Ligustrum vulgare)

Wild Privet is a deciduous, semi-evergreen plant that is ideal for providing nesting homes for birds, and is slightly larger but less compact than Ligustrum ovalifolium.

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Wild Privet's creamy-white flowers appear in Spring and are loved by the birds and butterflies. Though they are edible to birds etc., the leaves and flowers are harmful if eaten.

It's quite a hardy plant, being tolerant to all soil types- though it cannot be planted in very wet sites.

When your Wild Privet plant is delivered, make sure you plant the bare root as soon as you can. You should not leave it for any longer than a couple of days, or so, and do not let the roots dry out.

These 90/120cm bare root Wild Privet plants have an average growth rate but can grow up to 4m+ tall when planted in good conditions.

Wild Privet can reach an ultimate height of 4m with an average growth rate between 20/40cm per year.
  • Growth rate: Average (20-40cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 4m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal, chalk, clay
  • Exposure: Inland, coastal, exposed
  • Aspect: Full sun, semi-shade
  • Evergreen foliage? Semi-evergreen

When your bare root Wild Privet plant arrives, dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours. The roots must be wet when planted .

You will need to prune your Wild Privet plant regularly throughout Summer. Make sure you stop pruning by the end of Summer, however, as you don't want to risk frost damaging the new shoots.

Berries

Berries

Evergreen

Evergreen

Tall

Tall

White Flower

White Flower

£90
This product has a minimum order quantity of 1

Wild Privet is a deciduous, semi-evergreen plant that is ideal for providing nesting homes for birds, and is slightly larger but less compact than Ligustrum ovalifolium.

View all Wild Privet plants

Wild Privet's creamy-white flowers appear in Spring and are loved by the birds and butterflies. Though they are edible to birds etc., the leaves and flowers are harmful if eaten.

It's quite a hardy plant, being tolerant to all soil types- though it cannot be planted in very wet sites.

When your Wild Privet plant is delivered, make sure you plant the bare root as soon as you can. You should not leave it for any longer than a couple of days, or so, and do not let the roots dry out.

These 90/120cm bare root Wild Privet plants have an average growth rate but can grow up to 4m+ tall when planted in good conditions.

Wild Privet can reach an ultimate height of 4m with an average growth rate between 20/40cm per year.
  • Growth rate: Average (20-40cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 4m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal, chalk, clay
  • Exposure: Inland, coastal, exposed
  • Aspect: Full sun, semi-shade
  • Evergreen foliage? Semi-evergreen

When your bare root Wild Privet plant arrives, dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours. The roots must be wet when planted .

You will need to prune your Wild Privet plant regularly throughout Summer. Make sure you stop pruning by the end of Summer, however, as you don't want to risk frost damaging the new shoots.

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