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Definition of the noun amur privet
What does amur privet mean as a name of something?
- eastern Asian shrub cultivated especially for its persistent foliage
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by Donald Wyman
The Amur Privet has been used in the colder areas, with good results, although L. obtusifolium is about as hardy. One nurseryman has noted blight on 50,000 plants of L. vulgare and the entire lot was practically a complete loss. In the South ...
by Michael A. Dirr
Amur privet In the Midwest and Northeast, this species was as common as grass. Entire city blocks where every house had a hedge in front and in back and shared one on either side with the Leycesteria formosa Leycesteria crocothyrsos, ...
The Indispensible Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara Ellis, Ellen Phillips
Species now identified as invasive in at least one state include Ligustrum amurense, Amur privet, an upright deciduous shrub reaching 15 feet tall and L. obtusgfolium, border privet, a 10— to 12—foot shrub. Both are hardy in Zones 4 —7.
by Walter Erhardt, Allen J. Coombes
E:Privet; F:Troène; G:Liguster, Rainweide - amurense Carrière • E:Amur Privet; G: Amur-Liguster • 1г s Z5 VI- VII; N-China, nat. in USA: SE - ciliatum Siebold ex Blume = Ligustrum ibota - compactum Hook. f. & Thomson ex Brandis □ 1г Ъ s Z8 ...
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Amur Privet shrub
A type of shrub that grows wild and all along the roads here in Mississippi.
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