The ibota privet is a handsome shrub with a bushy, flared shape that does not lack appeal, both for making a hedge and as a cluster of shrubs.
In summary, what you need to know:
Last name : Ligustrum Ibota
Family : Oleaceae
Type : Shrub
Height : 2 m
Exposure : Sunny and partial shade
Ground : Ordinary
Foliage : Obsolete or persistent -Flowering : May June
Planting ligustrum ibota
It is recommended to plant at autumn, but you can crash in spring without too much worry all subjects purchased in container.
In hedge, respect a spacing of 80 cm between each plant.
- Prefer a well-drained soil and follow our planting tips.
Pruning, maintenance, watering of ibota privets
The Ibota privet does not reach large sizes and therefore does not need to be pruned.
But you can put it back in shape or give it back its shape, preferably after flowering.
- Tips for properly pruning shrubs
Watering may be required in hot weather.
Beware of the scarcity of water on our planet, consume it in moderation and preferably in the evening to avoid evaporation.
To know about the ibota privet
Indispensable in most parks and gardens, the ibota privet is mainly used for making hedges or windbreaks.
On its own, you will also appreciate it for its creamy white bloom and the beauty of its small, shiny leaves.
We also like its bluish black berries which are a delight to birds.
The Latin name for the Ibota privet, Ligustrum comes from ligo which means to bind and Ibota means the privet in Japanese.
Be careful not to eat the berries it produces as they are poisonous.
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