Small-Leaved Privet Find a Weed

Ligustrum Sinense) An evergreen to semi-deciduous (in cooler areas) tree of about five metres at maturity, the Small-Leaved Privet occurs naturally in many regions of south-east Asia and China. Commonly grown in this country as a hedge plant, it is now considered invasive as it has spread to waste land, stream banks and the margins of rain forests. It has small, dark green foliage, occasionally with a wavy margin) and white flowers with pinkish-purple pollen bearing parts (anthers) during summer. It is spread mainly by seed dispersed by birds and water.

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