<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>
<i>Ligustrum ovalifolium</i>

Ligustrum ovalifolium

oval leaf privet hedging

This vigorous, oval leaf privet makes a crisp, pollution-tolerant hedge for an urban or surburban site. The small, oval, bright...

25 × bare root plants | 60 - 80cm tall
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