Boxwood plants are often planted in foundation plantings, because of their showy growth pattern and dense foliage. A vibrant Boxwood shrub can be grown alone, or with other plants, to beautify any area.
Types of Boxwood varieties include:
Cold hardy American Box bush
Lush English Boxwood
Dwarf Boxwood varieties
Dense Korean Boxwood
Attractive Japanese Boxwood
Modern hybrids that deliver the best of both parents
Landscapers often choose Boxwoods to enclose certain areas or separate one space from another. Tiny foliage and dense texture provide an excellent privacy screen.
Take the opportunity to shape these shrubs into beautiful forms and patterns. Generally, Boxwood shrubs are used to make hedges and garden borders.
Try a geometric pattern based on the traditional Knot Garden for a delightful feature. Make Boxwood your own!
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Do Boxwood like sun or shade?
Boxwoods grow in full sun, but prefer partial shade with protection from strong winter winds. Selecting a site that fits these requirements is important.