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What is a wax leaf ligustrum?

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Wax leaf ligustrum is a shrub, according to SFGate. It is also known as Japanese privet and wax leaf privet. The wax leaf ligustrum originally comes from Japan.

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The wax leaf ligustrum shrub is a broad leaf evergreen that is hardy in USDA zones 7 through 11, according to SFGate. It has waxy deep-green leaves. Wax leaf ligustrum prefers a well-drained soil and good air circulation, along with full sun or partial shade. It works well as a container plant, a border hedge or a decorative shrub. On average, wax leaf ligustrum shrubs grow to a mature size of 6 to 12 feet high and 6 to 8 feet wide.

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