Boxwood (Buxus) is a genus of 70 species and has become a classic choice for both traditional and modern landscapes. We are pleased to grow and ship so many excellent cultivars of Boxwoods for sale.
Because a Boxwood bush is so versatile, it can be used in a wide variety of landscape applications, including:
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:
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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Shop our site for a gorgeous selection of expertly-grown Boxwoods for sale near me. Family-owned and operated; we put years of care into these hard-working evergreens from seedlings to #2 or #3 containers.
Boxwoods grow in full sun, but prefer partial shade with protection from strong winter winds. Selecting a site that fits these requirements is important.
During its growing phase, Boxwood needs frequent watering. Add a layer of mulch to help retain the soil moisture and keep it cool.
Some are! Sprinter® Boxwood is a great choice if you need to replace a section of your Boxwood hedge.
Others, like Baby Gem Boxwood, grow slowly and maintain a petite, rounded shape to reach its mature size of three feet high by three feet wide.
Choose your Boxwood by filtering for height and spread. You can select by the growth rate, too!
Create your favorite Boxwood shrub shapes with the right selection to start with. For example, narrow fastigiate cultivars make excellent building blocks for an aristocratic sheared hedge.
Pruning Box shrubs is a rewarding experience. It's best to shear or prune Box shrubs during the first flush of growth in spring...with light cleanup in mid-season.
Nurtured and carefully sheared Boxwood bushes add structural style in formal settings. But did you know that you can also allow them to grow out as a natural, fluffy shrub for a relaxed, organic look?
Reserve your exquisite Boxwood shrubs from NatureHills.com any time of year. We care for your plants at our nursery until the weather is right for planting in your area.