privet


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privet

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In its first year privet should be trimmed two or three times to encourage young growth to thicken the hedge.
We have a big privet but they've somehow made a hole through it to get in.
Can yew or privet match that multi-seasonal presentation?
Key Words: Chinese privet, biological control, invasive species, exotic species
During a workshop arranged by the ministry of trade and industry on market monitoring, privet sector representatives have complained that the government always takes the side of the consumers, demanding that the privet sector takes part in the governments's efforts to monitor the market in order to maintain fairness of the process to both parties, consumer and business.
They are behind a privet hedge so we can't really see them.
With the privet gone, the native cane is starting to colonize the downstream end of the meadow.
Water oak (Quercus nigra) acorns, white oak (Quercus alba) acorns, and Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) berries comprised the study diet.
Is it a fad, or an unscrupulous plot against favorite exotic ornamentals like privet or barberry, or perhaps a revelation borne from scrutinizing eyes on the workings of our natural world?
Schoolboy wizard Harry, played by 14-year-old Daniel Radcliffe, summons the bizarre Knight Bus to take him away from his awful muggle relatives, the Dursleys at Privet Drive in Little Whingeing.
Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) is a non-native, invasive plant that is now naturalized throughout the southeastern United States.