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Dwarf boxwood

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The boxwood shrub is a classic that was first planted in American gardens starting in the 1600s. Easy to grow and care for, boxwood shrubs are often disease-resistant, suited to Zones 4-9 in most… More

Boxwood shrubs add diversity and interest to any landscape. Learn how to grow and care for them by reading our comprehensive article now on Gardener’s Path.

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Buxus microphylla Gregem PP21159 Baby Gem Boxwood | Singing Tree Gardens Nursery

Adorable. This compact dwarf boxwood has tiny, dense green foliage that keeps its vibrant green color all year round. Excellent choice for a low hedge as they can be pruned to stay small and cute. This low maintenance evergreen shrub is easy to grow, and is deer resistant as well. Drought tolerant and hardy to zone 5.

Excellent for foundations or low borders. 1 of the most deer resistant plants in the garden. Tolerant of full sun to partial shade. Exceptionally low maintenance.

Excellent for foundations or low borders. 1 of the most deer resistant plants in the garden. Tolerant of full sun to partial shade. Exceptionally low maintenance. Low maintenance Shade tolerant Deer resistant Slow growing Border/foundation plant Enhance Your Garden with Vines and Shrubs.Click here to learn more. Shop all small planter pots here.Click here to learn more.

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Winter Gem Boxwood is one of the best boxwood options available for its low-maintenance and hardy nature. Native to Japan, this Gem Boxwood is great for filling in small spaces, planting in mass, or growing as a hedge and clipped topiary shapes. Known for its ability to withstand colder temperatures, this is an excellent option to keep your landscape looking lush all year round. This classic easy-to-grow, hardy evergreen shrub is perfect for hedges, pruned specimen plants, container planting, an

Winter Gem Boxwood is one of the best boxwood options because of its low-maintenance requirements and hardy nature. People are drawn to this shrub for its vibrant color, concise shape, and ability to withstand winter weather's harsh impacts. Scientifically referred to as 'Buxus Microphylla,' the Winter Boxwood's shiny rich green foliage and spherical growth habit are eye-catching and perfect for adding sophistication and class elements. Because of their clean appearance, these evergreen…

Green Ice Boxwood (Buxus koreana) is an exceptionally compact boxwood only reaching 3 feet tall and wide. It is excellent for use in smaller gardens as a hedge or foundation plant. In the spring, the bluish-green foliage emerges and matures to a darker green by the summer. When other plants lose their color and foliage, the Green Ice Boxwood holds its vibrant green color even in the winter. This evergreen shrub prefers full to partial sun and does not like to sit in wet soil for extended amounts

Green Ice Boxwood (Buxus koreana) is an exceptionally compact boxwood In the spring, the bluish-green foliage emerges and matures to a darker green by the summer. When other plants lose their color and foliage, the Green Ice Boxwood holds its vibrant green color even in the winter. The Buxus Green Ice shrub boasts an upright mounded growth habit and only reaches a mature height of 4 feet tall and wide. The evergreen shrubs are easily pruned to achieve a more clean-cut, manicured look in…

This year we topped our outdoor flower pots with Intelli-Mulch. Adding mulch can increase moisture content by reducing evaporation and can also protect and help regulate soil temperatures creating the optimal environment for building a healthy root system.

This year we topped our outdoor flower pots with Intelli-Mulch. Adding mulch can increase moisture content by reducing evaporation and can also protect and help regulate soil temperatures creating the optimal environment for building a healthy root system.