Close-up of the flowers. Although generally grown as a hedge rather than a flowering shrub, the flowers are highly fragrant.
Common Privet in Victoria, Australia, November 1990
Stunted Privet bush in a disused chalk quarry
Berries, late September. Privet berries are poisonus if eaten.
Common privet in snow
A lone shrub in se Pennsylvania, not sheared or pruned, in summer
The foliage of European Privet in ne IL in the 1980's