Evergreen Shrub with Variegated FoliageWedding Ring Boxwood is an evergreen shrub with ornamental foliage. One would look lovely in a container on your patio to compliment some floral blooms, or plant several for a decorative border along a walkway or garden.If you’re seeking an evergreen to provide a backdrop for other plantings, Wedding Ring Boxwood is a wonderful choice. More than just the average evergreen, Wedding Ring Boxwood is ornamental even by itself, but particularly lovely when partnered with other plantings. Its glossy green foliage features a lime-green margin that transforms with maturity to a golden hue. As winter approaches, the vibrant green of your Wedding Ring Boxwood will hold its color, providing a lovely splash of life to the seemingly lifeless surroundings. The Wedding Ring Boxwood’s stunning evergreen color, 1′-3′ size and hardy nature makes this a great choice for almost any landscape. It prefers moist, well-drained soil and requires little care. It prefers full to part sun and may be pruned to shape as desired in summer. Wedding Ring Boxwood is even deer resistant. For an evergreen shrub that’s hardy and has decorative appeal, Wedding Ring Boxwood is an excellent choice for your yard today. * Compact size* Variegated foliage.
Small Versatile EvergreenGreen Gem Boxwood is a broadleaf evergreen noted for its globular shape and excellent winter hardiness. These make an exceptional shrub border, especially with selective pruning. Its globular appearance also would make it wonderful in a mixed border or at the edge of your perennial bed for some definition. Green Gems even do well in containers.Your Green Gem Boxwood features oval, dark green leaves with an attractive, glossy finish that holds its color well during the winter months. With very little pruning, this adorable little evergreen will hold the shape of a 2-foot round ball. It’s the perfect accompaniment to many of your plantings and a vibrant addition to your landscape wherever you place it.Green Gem Boxwood is noted for requiring little pruning. It grows to about 2 feet at maturity, maintains good green winter color, and is well suited for low formal hedges. Green Gem is best suited in a sheltered location which protects it in winter from strong winds and full sun, but is quite hardy, even tolerating some drought. It has no serious disease or pest problems, including that both deer and rabbits tend to leave it alone.If you’re looking for a tiny evergreen that welcomes your attention but doesn’t demand it, then Green Gem Evergreen is for you. It’s hard to find a diminutive evergreen so adaptive and carefree!* Versatile evergreen* Winter hardy.
Evergreen Shrub with Creative Possibilities The Winter Gem Boxwood, Buxus microphylla japonica ‘Winter Gem’, is an evergreen shrub. It would make a lovely backdrop for a perennial bed or a creative stand-alone accent in a floral bed. The key word with the Winter Gem Boxwood is versatility. Your Winter Gem Boxwood is a petite shrub that only grows to about 4 feet in height, but packs a lot of value into that little package.Full, compact and naturally rounded, your Winter Gem Boxwood is lovely in its natural state. However, you can also make it into anything you like. Prune it into a conical shape, a boxy hedge or indulge your topiary skills to make it resemble a small giraffe. The possibilities are endless. Your Winter Gem Boxwood begins the spring with a light green tone, its small oval leaves gradually changing over to a rich dark green hue that is glossy in the sunshine. Your Winter Gem Boxwood’s possibilities are only as limited as your creativity. Leave it to its natural beauty, prune as a hedge or create a one-of-a-kind attraction for your yard. Whatever you prefer, the Boxwood will certainly meet your expectations. * Cold Hardy * Low Maintenance * Easy to shape* Deer Resistant .
Timeless Plant With Dark Foliage All WinterSome plants are so much a part of garden culture that it’s hard to imagine a landscape without them. Boxwood (Buxus) are plants like that. From the palace gardens of Versailles to the Victorian Painted Ladies in San Francisco, boxwoods are in the picture.A plant doesn’t attain that status without good reason. Boxwood North Star (Buxus sempervirens ‘North Star’™) is a superb new hardy boxwood that lives up to the legend. North Star™ features very dark foliage with a dense globe shape that requires little if any pruning.North Star™ is perfect for the classic boxwood hedge of English garden fame that so many gardeners crave. This boxwood would be perfectly happy being the formal gatekeeper to any garden bed.Perhaps, though, you aren’t interested in a formal hedge, but lean more toward plants shaped like hearts or bunnies or frogs. North Star™ Boxwood can be sheared into just about any shape and responds well to harsh pruning.This boxwood stays emerald green all year, providing a beautiful counterpoint to a dreary winter and a refreshing sharpness to the dog days of summer. It does fine in full sun or part shade and isn’t picky about soil. It has its preferences, of course, and does best in an alkaline bed.If your vision of a garden includes classic lines and timeless plants, you can’t go off course having North Star™ as your guide.* Dark Green Foliage All Winter * Globe Shape* Little Pruning Required* Great for Topiary.
Hardy Boxwood with Ornamental FeaturesKorean Boxwood is a broadleaf evergreen shrub. These are often used massed or as a specimen plant in a formal garden. Just imagine a row of these lining your driveway as a stately welcome to your home!Your Korean Boxwood is a compact, mounded shrub with an open habit. You’ll likely miss the tiny, greenish-yellow flowers that appear in spring, but you’ll easily notice the fragrance they emit to draw pollinators to your yard. The 3/4-inch, ovate leaves range from a lovely light-green to medium-green shade, their dense nature providing a full, robust appearance. The evergreen leaves shift to a yellow-brown to purplish in winter, a little added color for your autumn landscape.Korean Boxwood will mature to about 3 feet in height with a 4-5 foot spread. It doesn’t require special care but if you prefer, you can easily shape it into precise shapes.Deer and rabbit pose no problem for Korean Boxwood and it’s relatively resistant to the major pests that usually bother Boxwoods. It’s not necessary to plant Korean Boxwood in a sheltered location, but it would prefer to have a protected spot from harsh winter winds.All in all, the Korean Boxwood is hardy variety of Boxwood that will ask very little of you, yet provide an abundance of value. * Dense evergreen* Purple Leaves in Autumn* Easy to prune* Cold hardy.
Adorable Evergreen with Versatile Features Baby Gem Boxwood, Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Gregem’, is a broadleaf evergreen. Use a few as edging plants, or plant one in your perennial bed for some definition. You can even use these in containers for your patio or front porch. They’re small enough, and hardy enough, to work in many locations in your yard. Boxwoods are certainly ornamental, but did you know that they’re also a historic shrub? Boxwoods are thought to date back millions of years, and in ancient times the Romans used them to accentuate their own famously beautiful landscapes. Once you own one of these wonderful shrubs, you’ll understand why their popularity is so long-lasting. Your Baby Gem Boxwood is an adorable, little shrub with fine-textured foliage and a small stature. Its dwarf nature makes it ideal for those small spaces in your yard where you’d like an evergreen presence. It may be a “baby” Boxwood, but its dark green nature will certainly create a large presence in your landscape…particularly through the cold, winter months. Baby Gem Boxwood will grow up to 3 feet in height with an equal spread. It has a compact, rounded form and is both heat and drought tolerant. Baby Gem Boxwood is generally a low-maintenance shrub so won’t require much care from you. It can be left to grow naturally beautiful, or trimmed to fit your needs…including being amenable to topiary designs. Boxwoods have been around for a very long time, and have certainly been an extremely popular shrub for landscapes. When thinking about an evergreen for your own yard, it’s hard to overlook this adorable, little gem. Baby Gem Boxwood will meet your needs, even in the smallest spaces, and present a pleasing picture in your yard for years to come. * Evergreen * Low maintenance * Year round interest * Heat and drought tolerant * Deer resistant * Tolerates some shade * Can be used for topiary.
Fast-Growing, Hardy Boxwood with Consistent ColorGreen Mountain Boxwood is an upright, evergreen shrub with an unusual pyramidal growth habit. One would look outstanding in your border or as a topiary specimen. Plant several for an elegant hedge along your driveway or property line. One would even make a handsome container plant for your patio.Your Green Mountain Boxwood is grown primarily for its handsome foliage. Its small, dark-green leaves hold reliable green color much better than most boxwoods through the winter months. It also maintains its shape with very little pruning, so you won’t have to spend your time on maintenance.Full sun will produce the best growth for your Green Mountain Boxwood, but it can tolerate partial shade as well. It even has good cold hardiness and is deer resistant. Your Green Mountain Boxwood is a very fast grower when young, so you won’t have to wait long to see results–which is certainly a big benefit over some other evergreen plants.*Evergreen *Pyramidal Growth *Consistent Green Winter Color.
Fast-Growing, Hardy Evergreen Sprinter Boxwood, Buxus microphylla ‘Bulthouse’, is a fast-growing evergreen. Plant several for a quick and low-growing hedge along your patio, or place a few in containers. Even just one as an accent for your perennial bed would provide a carefree source of year round color.You won’t have to wait long for results when you plant your Sprinter Boxwood, as its growth rate will “sprint” ahead of many other evergreens in your yard! Your Sprinter Boxwood is a form of “Winter Gem” that combines those stellar features with a faster growing nature. Its vibrant, green foliage is robust and shiny, and doesn’t require any special care or pruning (unless you want to fuss over it—which it will happily adapt to). It’s quite simply an easy evergreen that will grow quickly and provide years of dependable color for your landscape.Sprinter Boxwood will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright habit and rounded, compact nature. It maintains its color and rounded shape but with a slight bushy nature unless pruned for a tighter, more manicured look.Amid evergreens, Sprinter Boxwood is a gem. Plant one today for a carefree performer that will quickly and reliably perform for you year after year.* Fast-growing* Deer resistant* Cold tolerant* Adaptive to a variety of conditions.
Rounded Shape with Consistent ColorGreen Velvet Boxwood is a hardy, boxwood variety suitable for several purposes. Plant one as a small hedge along a border, or use one as a single accent planting in a formal garden.Green Velvet Boxwood is a slow-growing broadleaf evergreen that requires little care. If left alone, it will assume a pleasing, 2′-3′ rounded shape and maintain its color year-round. Unlike other evergreens, Green Velvet Boxwood experiences minimal winter bronzing, so you will enjoy its vibrant color even in the cold months.Your Green Velvet Boxwood adds color and texture to the landscape, growing to a height of 3 feet with an equal spread. It would enjoy a spot in your yard with full shade to part sun, and will even tolerate pruning should you prefer to dictate its shape in your landscape.The Green Velvet is a 1997 Styer Award Winner & 1998 Michigan Growers’ Choice Award Winner. Once you have one in your yard, it will be easy see why this evergreen Boxwood is a prize-winning specimen.* Low Rounded Profile * Full Sun to Part Shade* Vibrant green through winter .
Hardy, Versatile EvergreenDating back to ancient times, the boxwood has been valued for a variety of uses. It was often used extensively in English gardens and in colonial times….and maintains that stellar reputation as one of the most sought-after landscape plants to this day. It’s little wonder that English Boxwood is so popular. Its small, oval leaves feature a glossy, dark green surface with lighter green undersides. The foliage is compact and soft to the touch. The year-round presentation of this reliable evergreen is such that it’s a delight for the senses, maintaining lush color, soft texture and pleasing visage in the landscape without the need for special care or maintenance.Your English Boxwood is an evergreen shrub that will grow 1 to 2 feet high with a 1 to 2 foot spread. It’s a dwarf variety with a round nature and compact habit. English Boxwood is particularly resistant to Boxwood Leaf Minor and generally quite hardy. It’s even long-lived, and under optimal conditions can be expected to thrive for up to 150 years. Your English Boxwood will grow in sun but thrives in part shade…so it’s great for reliable performance in shady spots where many colorful plants would struggle. It works well for holiday arrangements and craft projects, and the small stems and foliage make it a terrific choice for topiary or bonsai projects. English Boxwood does well as a specimen or foundation planting, and is perfect for a hedge (where it can be left to grow naturally or pruned to shape). With its small stature, English Boxwood does well in containers, making it even more versatile for the home.With its consistent color and texture, hardy nature and variety of uses, it’s easy to see why English Boxwood has long been a favorite of gardeners since ancient times. It’s hard to find a more remarkable shrub than English Boxwood, and it will certainly serve you well in your landscape this year.* Evergreen with year round interest* Highly versatile* Long-lived* Good drought tolerance.