Green Velvet Boxwood - Live Plants - Lot of 10 Shrubs in Quart Pots

Price: $99.00


Features:
  • Zone: 5-9 / Mature Height: 3' Spread: 3' Growth: medium / Full Sun - Part Shade - Full Shade / Form : billowy,cloud-like, mounded / Soil: well-drained / Usage: foundation, background, area seperation, hedging
  • Size Shipped: 10 plants, 6-8 inches tall in quart containers with soil-less media & 9 month slow release fertilizer.
  • All orders to CA, OR, WA, UT, and AZ will be shipped bare root in accordance with their state regulations.


Dwarf English Boxwood ( buxus ) - Live Plant - Starter Plug (LG)

Price: $11.99


Features:
  • Mature Height ( 1-2 feet ) -- Mature Width ( 1-2 feet ) -- Exposure ( full sun to shade ) -- Hardiness Zones ( 5-8 )
  • This boxwood can grow in a multitude of different conditions- thriving in both sun and shade and requiring minimal water once established
  • Starter plugs are grown in trays and will not be shipped in a pot


Green Mountain Boxwood - Live Plants - Quart Pots

Price: $9.95


Features:
  • All pictures are of fully grown plants. Actual sizes are clearly stated in the title and description below.
  • All orders to CA, OR, WA, UT, and AZ will be shipped bare root in accordance with their state regulations.
  • Zone: 4-9 / Mature Height: 5' / Spread: 3' / Growth: medium / Spacing: 3 - 4' / Full Sun - Part Shade - Full Shade / Form : pyramidal / Usage: background, foundation hedging, corner piece


Green Gem Hybrid Boxwood - Live Plant - Quart Pot

Price: $9.95


Features:
  • Zone: 4-9 / Mature Height: 3' Spread: 2-3' Growth: slow / Spacing: 2 to 3'apart / Form : Easily pruned, globular
  • Size shipped: 6-8" tall in quart containers with soilless media and a 9 month slow release fertilizer. ATTENTION: ALL ORDERS TO CALIFORNIA ARE DELAYED UNTIL NOVEMBER DUE TO CA STATE REGULATIONS!
  • All orders to CA, OR, WA, UT, and AZ will be shipped bare root in accordance with their state regulations.


HOW TO: Shape a Boxwood shrub

How to shear a Boxwood shrub into a 'gumdrop' shape. You can find trimmers like these at: http://amzn.to/2meDFCY.

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  2. Gadsden Times CAROL LINK: 'Compacta' hollies are tough and beautiful - News ...
    After retiring from the U. S. Postal Service, I had to recover from several health problems. After I improved, I began the project of landscaping.I worked alone the majority of the time. Although Oscar had retired from the postal service before I did
  3. The Providence Journal Gardening: Some plants aren't worth the trouble
    A perfectly nice little shrub that is used widely, especially in formal gardens is boxwood (Buxus spp.). But I don't like it. In contrast to Weigela, this one is too austere and formal for me. And the real reason I don't like it is this: the foliage
  4. The Gardening Guy | www.thenorthfieldnews.com | Northfield News
    Boxwood in Winter Petunia flowerThere are a few plants I just do not like. Yes, I'm known as the Gardening Guy and have the website to prove it (www.Gardening-Guy.com). So I should love – or at least like – all plants. But I don't. Now, in mid-winter
  5. Buffalo News When planting shrubs and trees, keep winter in mind
    The bed could have been wider so the shrubs were farther out beyond the overhang. (With a fellow CNLP – landscape professional – I did place the plants beyond the roofline, but apparently not far enough.) We could have limited the front planting to

Directory

  1. Boxwood were introduced to North America from Europe in the mid-1600s and reached its peak popularity in the United States during the early 19th century and again ...
  2. Find essential growing information on boxwood, including: type, height and width, flower color, special features, hardiness zones, and light. Check out more ...
  3. Buxus is a genus of about 70 species in the family Buxaceae. Common names include box (majority of English-speaking countries) or boxwood (North America).
  4. Things you need to know about the common boxwood (Buxus sempervirens). The Common Boxwood is a popular shrub used in many a landscape especially as a hedge, screen or ...
  5. Learn more about boxwood shrubs including how to plant and care for the boxwood plant, plus we have a list of different boxwoods.
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The relationships between the species need to be further clarified Hidden almost out of sight, just off the Huron Street bridge in downtown Stratford, Ontario lies the Shakespearean Gardens. This well manicured...
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The peony is a flowering plant in the genus Paeonia, the only genus in the family Paeoniaceae. They are native to Asia, Europe and Western North America. Scientists differ on the number of species that can be...
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Hidden almost out of sight, just off the Huron Street bridge in downtown Stratford, Ontario lies the Shakespearean Gardens. This well manicured English garden offers a formal setting with boxwood hedges,stone...
Photo by Onasill ~ Bill Badzo on Flickr