Are privet hedge and purple leaf hedge from the same family?
Yes, they are members of the Oleaceae family. They are both flowering hedges that may takes up to four years to reach maturity.
Yes, purple leaf plum hedge plants are evergreen. The woody plant in question (Prunus cisterna) does not drop its foliage within less than a year, which is the hallmark of deciduous or non-evergreen plants. Purple leaf plum hedges provide landscaping color, interest, and texture even while other plants that do not drop foliage over the course of several years are littering the ground with leaves for composting.
what is the scientific name for privet? There are four species of privet in east Texas (where I live and work). All are in the genus Ligustrum. The individual species names are as follows Glossy privet (Ligustrum lucidum Ait. F), Japanese privet (Ligustrum japonicum Thumb.), Wax leaf ligustrum (Ligustrum quihoui Carr.), and Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinese Lour.). Source: Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of East Texas by Elray S. Nixon. Second edition, copyright 2000.
Describe an experiment that would you to determine whether the deep purple portion of the leaf is photosynthesizing?
Roundup can be used if you are careful when applying it. Do not get any on the leaves of the hedge. Since you're weed problem is at the base of the hedge this product may work. Roundup is a systemic herbicide; that is, the poison is carried through the plants system fist by entering the leaf and then destroying the plants roots.
The Oak Leaf Cluster is not a medal. It is a small pin in the shape of an oak leaf that is issued for the 2nd (and 3rd and 4th) time you receive a medal. If you earned a Purple Heart Medal for being wounded, then the second time you would be issued "an oak leaf to the Purple Heart Medal". Campaign Medals were issued for service in a region for a specific time. Then…
I must say that just today I started looking for an answer to, "Are you supposed to eat the plums from a purple leaf tree?" because my neighbor told me that a tree trimmer told him he shouldn't. I don't know for sure if you 'shouldn't' eat the plums, but I know for a FACT that you CAN eat the plums and not die. The reason I know this to be a fact is because…
Leaf beetle is a very broad term used to describe the family of beetle Chrysomelidae. There are over 35,000 species of leaf beetle in more that 1,500 genera, making it one of the largest and most commonly encountered family of beetle. Due to the large size and extent of family members, these leaf beetles are found right around the world in almost all types of climates and habitats.