Privet sentence example

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  • The insects feed upon ash, lilac, privet and jasmine leaves.
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  • Depending on where you live, this could include privet.
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  • Ligustrum - Privet.
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  • However, privet in flower is seldom sufficiently abundant for this to occur.
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  • The Guardian Nature notes The sweet, slightly acrid scent of privet pervades the streets from garden hedges.
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  • Can you recommend the best way to remove brambles which are growing in with a box privet hedge please?
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  • The lower slopes looked more grassy than normal after the rain and there was still discarded chopped down Privet laying about.
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  • Each house had to have a neatly trimmed privet hedge in front and an apple tree in the back garden!
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  • If you buy lilac be sure that it is grafted either on its own stock or on privet stock.
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  • Hawthorn is the best hedge, followed by holly, yew and wild privet.
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  • The golden privet behind the seat in the garden was a real focal point.
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  • You can normally buy green privet or golden privet and can sometimes also get silver privet.
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  • privet hedge & he is helping to clear up by looks of things.
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  • privet bushes spaced between the conifer blocks it seemed a suitable candidate for running some lights.
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  • privet hedging.
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  • privet leaves and play hide and seek.
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  • The larvae feed on wild and garden privet and saplings of Ash, Lilac and Guelder rose.
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  • huni-suge, privet; Ger.
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  • 43), as in privet; or conduplicate leaves are placed so that the half of the one covers the half of another, and thus they become half-equitant or obvolute (fig.
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  • Among the more usual cultivated flowers are the rose (which has ever been a favorite among the Arabs), the jasmine, narcissus, lily, oleander, chrysanthemum, convolvulus, geranium, dahlia, basil, the henna plant (Lawsonia alba, or Egyptian privet, which is said to be a flower of Paradise), the helianthus and~the violet.
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  • The insects feed upon ash, lilac, privet and jasmine leaves, and are found more rarely on elder, rose, apple and poplar trees.
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  • Nurserymen have found that the Phillyraea unites readily with Privet, so that nearly all their stock is grafted, and the plants die out just as they should be in full beauty.
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  • The Osmanthuses may all be propagated by cuttings, and although it takes longer to obtain plants on their own roots they are much to be preferred to those grafted on the privet.
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  • consisting of slips of living privet, thorn, &c., the "quick," i.e.
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  • Between the rising swells of long-leaf pine lands are impenetrable thickets of hawthorn, holly, privet, plane trees and magnolias.
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  • In privet also the leaves fall after the production of new ones in the next year.
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  • we have wild olive, species of rock-rose, wild privet, acacias and mimosas, barberry and Zizyphus; and in the eastern ramifications of the chain, Chamaerops humilis (which is applied to a variety of useful purposes), Bignonia or trumpet flower, sissu, Salvadora persica, verbena, acanthus, varieties of Gesnerae.
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  • PRIVET, in botany, the vernacular name of Ligustrum, l a genus of Oleaceae, containing about thirty-five species, natives 1 Other vernacular names for the common species are prim, primprint, primwort and primrose.
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  • 'of temperate and tropical Asia; only the common privet is a native of Europe.
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  • The best-known species is the common European privet, L.
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  • In the privet (Ligustrum vulgare) there are numerous racemes of dichasia arranged in a racemose manner along an axis; the whole inflorescence thus has an appearance not unlike a bunch of grapes, and has been called a thyrsus.
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  • Smaller hedges may be formed of evergreen privet or of tree-box.
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