Waxleaf Ligustrum Ligustrum japonicum/Ligustrum lucidum Description: Shrub to small tree Grows to 25' Thick, glossy, opposite leaves • • • Fragrant clusters of small, white flowers in spring through summer Blue berries in late summer through fall Habitat: Disturbed areas, lowland areas and ...
Perhaps the most popular and versatile of the ligustrum is the Ligustrum japonicum or Wax Pivet. ... such as "Recurvifolia", which has a curled leaf.
Ligustrum Ligustrum vulgare INTRODUCTION Although often used as a shrub or hedge, ... Wax-Leaf Privet Family: Oleaceae USDA hardiness zones: 7B through 10A Origin: ...
Methodology and Methods Wax Leaf Privet ( Ligustrum japonicum ) and Vitex ( Vitex agnus-castus ) were selected at Wagon Hammock Nurseries in Lyons, Georgia.
The most common ligustrums grown in Florida are Japanese or wax privet (Ligustrum japonicum), glossy privet (L. lucidum), and Chinese privet (L. sinense). ... Leaf spot and root rot diseases attack ligustrum. Leaf spot fungi attack leaves and can cause premature leaf drop.
1 Ligustrum, Privet Ligustrum ... Feeding damage causes scars on young leaves that cause leaf distortion and discoloring. Small yellowish thrips can be seen by knocking foliage against a hard white board.
Introduction Waxleaf Ligustrum 'Texanum' is a vigorous evergreen shrub with a compact upright growth habit. The glossy dark green leaves are a popular choice for formal and informal hedges.
... <http://plant-materials.nrcs.usda. gov/intranet/pfs.html> National Plant Data Center <http://npdc.usda.gov> CHINESE PRIVET Ligustrum sinense Lour. ... Leaf blades are elliptical in shape and are up to one inch wide and about two inches long.
-Eliminate host ornamentals and replace with a resistant or immune plant such as wax leaf ligustrum, anise, tea olive, holly leaved osmanthus, little gem magnolia or burford holly.
cent of the leaf spotting associated with Ligustrum. spp. submitted for diagnosis was attributed to three species of Cercospora. Although these dis