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Another wonderful Ligustrum which makes an excellent large hedge, as well as a nice colorful accent plant. Like most any Ligustrum, can be pruned / trimmed to maintain a desired shape or size. Has very dark, deep, glossy green leaves - new growth is bright yellow turning to green with age. Even older growth retains a splash of yellow on many leaves. During the spring / summer growing season, this Ligustrum has almost a two-toned look with the brilliant yellow new growth, combined with the dark, glossy green older growth. Moderate growth rate & high disease resistance makes this evergreen shrub a perfect choice for any landscape. Prefers full sun, but will do well in part shade as well.
Culture Extremely tolerant of a wide variety of soil conditions, ligustrum is a strong, sturdy plant requiring little care other than regular pruning to maintain desired shape and size. It will grow in sun or part shade. In shade and when planted too close or in conditions that limit air circulation, whitefly and sooty mold can become problematical. These are controlled with a soap spray. One of the most common mistakes is planting immature ligustrums and other large shrubs too close together. Space these at least 5 ft (1.5 m) apart and they will grow together to form a solid hedge. Light Plant in sun to part shade. Moisture Once established, wet to dry, but not soggy. Hardiness USDA Zones 8 - 10 Propagation Mature plants propagate themselves prolifically from seed. Cuttings are easily rooted. Named selections are propagated commercially by grafting onto seedling rootstock.
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