I grew them from cuttings last year. They are an instant hedge and I even potted them up in my homemade compost mix.
Plant them about 18 inches apart and they will soon establish themselves into a fine hedge.
I made 125 new Griselina or New Zealand Privet plants this week. Hopefully they will strike roots and I will have some more to sell next year.
The best thing about growing them in pots means that you can plant them at any time of year and they are growing in a good compost growing medium.
Like a tree nursery man once said to me: "You can't grow good trees in bad land".
I think I will set some hedging cuttings in a vacant area of the veg plot and hopefully I will have bare rooted hedging plants ready to plant or sell next Autumn.
Anyone else grow their own hedging?