Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)
Griselinia (New Zealand Privet) 3L Container (Pack of 30)

Griselinia (New Zealand Privet)

New Zealand privet has glossy leaves in a bright apple or deep green tones depending on the sub species. The waxy and broad leaves make an excellent wind and sound barrier, all year round as the plant is evergreen. Low maintenance and attractive, it is a favourite for landscape designers.    

  • Soil type: clay, loamy, and sandy
  • Sunlight: full exposure to partial shade
  • Optimal tempreature: 10-30°C, hardy to -20°C
  • Growth rate: ranges from 30 to 60 cm/year
  • Weather: resistant to wind, frost & drought
  • Seasonality: deciduous, spring bloomer
  • British native status: non-native 
  • Family of trees: Oleaceae 
  • Flowers or berries: fragrant flowers, black fruits 
  • Soil type: clay, loamy, and sandy
  • Sunlight: full exposure to partial shade
  • Optimal temperature: 10-25°C, hardy to -15°C
  • Growth rate: ranges from 20 to 40 cm/year
  • Weather: resistant to wind, tolerant of frost & drought
  • Seasonality: Evergreen
  • British native status: non-native 
  • Family of trees: Griseliniaceae
  • Flowers or berries: small flowers, dark berries 
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Griselinia
Delivered by pallet: *Delivery address must be lorry accessible*

SpeciesPack SizePotSizePrice
Green Horizon303L~70cm£299.70
Littoralis303L~70cm£269.70

Benefits of transplanting

  • Bushier Appearance: Trimming the roots during transplanting results in the growth and development of new branches, making the plant bushier, fuller, and visually more appealing
  • Stronger Immune System: Forces growth of fibrous lateral roots, increasing the surface area for nutrient and water absorption, leading to healthier growth, improved resilience against environmental conditions, and enhanced defense against diseases
  • Improved performance: Creates thicker foliage that acts as a protective barrier against strong winds, sunlight, and noise pollution. Benefiting wildlife by providing a more secure shelter with increased food availability.
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