|Griselinia littoralis||New Zealand Privet|
Origin: New Zealand
Common in gardens of Northern Ireland, especially in town gardens and near the coast. Very hardy; frequently used as a hedging plant and often clipped like a privet.
Can grow to make a magnificent tall shrub up to 10m.
Flowers are small and relatively inconspicuous; male and female flowers are produced on separate trees. Mixed plantings will produce plentiful seed which germinates readily.