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The Wax Leaf Ligustrum can be grown as either a tree or a shrub. When grown as a shrub, this evergreen is a great solution for small areas with restricted space requirements. They react well to pruning, making it easy to manipulate the plant’s shape. They are equally beautiful if they are allowed to maintain their natural growth form with minimal pruning.
Ligustrum are tough enough to adapt to most soil types, resist most pests, and withstand moderate drought and salt. They boast dark green, lustrous foliage with an aromatic flower display in late spring or early summer.
Ligustrum produce fleshy, oval, purple-black fruit. In Spring and Summer, they flower with showy clusters of off white, trumpet-shaped blooms.
They may be grown as as a containerized planting, a buffer strip or tall formal hedge, a topiary, rock garden planting, seashore planting, foundation planting for large buildings, highway medians, or landscape specimen.
Ligustrum earn their popularity with their ability to thrive in multiple environmental conditions, accommodate diverse space requirements, and their exceptional aesthetic appeal across many applications.