Plant Type: Deciduous shrub (may be semi-evergreen in mild winters)
Height: 8-12 feet
Spread: 8-10 feet
Light: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil: Can tolerate most soils provided that it is well-draining.
Uses: Privacy screen, hedge, borders, specimen plant.
Flower: White flowers in the summer.
Foliage: Bright yellow-green leaves throughout the summer, deep purples, yellow and red in the fall.
Pruning: Prune annually in the winter.
Deer Resistance: Rarely damaged.
The golden privet is also heat and drought tolerant once established.
Varieties we commonly carry include: Mariesii, Snowball
Plant Type: Deciduous Shrub
Height: 6-12 feet (see specific variety for more accurate height)
Spread: 6-12 feet (see specific variety for more accurate spread)
Light: Sun, partial shade
Soil: Average to rich, evenly moist
Uses: Fragrant, early blooming, background, foundation, screening, hedge
Flower: Pink buds turn to clusters of white flowers, fragrant, berries in fall
Foliage: Green oval shaped leaves, many offer beautiful reds in autumn
Pruning: Major pruning should be done in late winter or early spring, pruning right after flowering is usually sufficient
Deer Resistant: Rarely severely damaged