Common Privet (Ligustrum vulgare)
Origin : Europe, Northern Africa, Middle East
Environment : forests; on calcareous clay and loamy soils
Climate : temperate, cool
Common Privet is often used as a hedge plant at garden borders, because it tolerates pruning and is quite dense. Privets are semi-evergreen shrubs whose genus name comes from the Latin word “ligare“ (meaning: “to tie”), because the twigs were used for wattle. In the past, it’s berries were used to give wine an attractive color.
Model 1 specs: 2 meters
Model 2 specs: 1 meter
Model 3 specs: 0.8 meters