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Emerald Jewel Boxwood
Prices start at : 55.95 USD / #2 Container range: 1.2 - 1.8 gallons (5 - 8 liters)

Easy to Grow, Makes a Great Hedge! The Boxwood 'Emerald Jewel', Buxus microphylla var. When pruning boxwood into a hedge, make sure the bottom is left wider than the top. This adorable miniature boxwood is deer and drought tolerant, vigorous, and very...
  • Soil Type: Well Drained
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla var. koreana 'Emerald Jewel'
  • Foliage: Green
  • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
  • Flower Color: Creamy White
Nebraska
Omaha
North Star Boxwood
Prices start at : 33.95 USD / Quart Container

Timeless Plant With Dark Foliage All Winter Some 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.
  • Brand: Proven Winners
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Mature Spread: 3- 4 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Full Shade, Partial Sun
  • Botanical Name: Buxus sempervirens 'Katerberg'
Nebraska
Omaha
Baby Gem Boxwood
Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

Its dwarf nature makes it ideal for those small spaces in your yard where you'd like an evergreen presence. Adorable Evergreen with Versatile Features Baby Gem Boxwood, Buxus microphylla var.
  • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla var. japonica BABY GEM 'Gregem'
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Growth Rate: Medium
Nebraska
Omaha
Korean Boxwood
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / #2 Container range: 1.2 - 1.8 gallons (5 - 8 liters)

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. These are often used massed or as a specimen plant in a formal garden.
  • Mature Spread: 4 - 6 feet
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla koreana
  • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
Nebraska
Omaha
Winter Gem Boxwood
Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

Leave it to its natural beauty, prune as a hedge or create a one-of-a-kind attraction for your yard. Evergreen Shrub with Creative Possibilities The Winter Gem Boxwood, Buxus microphylla japonica 'Winter Gem', is an evergreen shrub.
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • Mature Spread: 1 - 3 feet
  • Mature Height: 2 - 4 feet
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Foliage: Green
Nebraska
Omaha
Green Mountain Boxwood
Prices start at : 79.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

One would even make a handsome container plant for your patio. Your Green Mountain Pyramidal Boxwood is grown primarily for its handsome foliage. Your pyramid boxwood is a very fast grower when young, so you won't have to wait long to see results--which...
  • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Botanical Name: Buxus x 'Green Mountain'
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
  • Mature Spread: 2 - 3 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Sprinter Boxwood
Prices start at : 34.95 USD / #1 Container range: 2.3 - 3.7 quarts (2.5 - 4 liters)

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...
  • Brand: Proven Winners
  • Fall Color: Evergreen
  • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla 'Bulthouse'
  • Mature Height: 2 - 4 feet
  • Moisture: Average
  • Growth Rate: Medium
Nebraska
Omaha
Green Velvet Boxwood
Prices start at : 39.95 USD / #1 Container range: 2.3 - 3.7 quarts (2.5 - 4 liters)

Rounded Shape with Consistent Color Green Velvet Boxwood is a hardy, boxwood variety suitable for several purposes. * Low Rounded Profile * Full Sun to Partial Sun * Vibrant green through winter
  • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
  • Foliage: Dark Green
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Mature Spread: 2 - 3 feet
Nebraska
Omaha
Boxwood Blight Invades U.S.
Batdorf, curator of the as-yet-uninfected boxwood collection at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C.Initially, Symptoms of boxwood blight include dark or light brown spots onleaves, often in a circular pattern, black streaks (cankers) on stems.defoliation...
California
El Segundo
Boxwood Bush Diseases: Learn About Diseases Affecting Boxwoods
Is a very popular evergreen shrub for decorative edges around gardens and homes. It's at risk for a number of diseases, though. Prevent it by planting resistant plants in well-drained soil and watering sparingly.turns leaves spotty and brown, and may...
Ohio
Willoughby
Common Boxwood Varieties: Learn About Different Types Of Boxwoods
These types of boxwoods make a real statement and form neat hedges for privacy and screening.‘Dee Runk' may grow 8 feet tall with a slender profile of only 2 ½ feet.Highlander is another upright form with rapid growth of up to 24 inches per year, a...
Ohio
Willoughby
Fertilizer For Boxwood Shrubs: Tips On Fertilizing Boxwoods
You also avoid burning the roots by using surface application for boxwood fertilizing.Don't use too much fertilizer since this can be just as bad as inadequate amounts. Have lush green leaves, but to keep your shrubs looking their best, you may need to...
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Care – How To Grow Boxwood Shrubs
Growing boxwoods should have a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch extending 12 inches past the foliage. It is best tobefore planting boxwood. Water deeply, as frequent, shallow irrigation will not reach the root zone of the growing boxwood.
Ohio
Willoughby
What Is Boxwood Blight: Boxwood Blight Symptoms And Treatment
Scrub them thoroughly with soap and water and dry them before putting them away.Destroy or dispose of boxwood clippings. Boxwood blight is relatively new plant disease that ruins the appearance of.
Ohio
Willoughby
Trimming Boxwood Bushes – How And When To Prune Boxwoods
This will encourage branching and new growth, which will result in denser growth and defined shape. But, don't over do it.Excessive shearing can produce growth so dense on the outside of your shrub that it will prevent light from reaching the center of...
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Watering Tips – How And When To Water Boxwoods
Thereafter, watering a boxwood is necessary only during periods of hot, dry weather., if the shrub is in bright sunlight or receives reflected sun from a nearby sidewalk or wall.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
Ohio
Willoughby
Korean Boxwood Care: Growing Korean Boxwoods In The Garden
However, it is possible that your plants will be attacked by. Boxwood is often used as a hedge plant or in a border. Use mulch to keep the root system cool and moist.is one of the tasks you'll have to undertake as part of Korean boxwood care.
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Winter Protection: Treating Cold Injury In Boxwoods
It's when this happens year after year that your bush may start to suffer long-term damage.There's no good way to approach treating cold injury in boxwoods, but most people start byback as soon as the damage is noticed.
Ohio
Willoughby
Volutella Blight Boxwood Treatment: Learn About Volutella Blight Control
Unfortunately, boxwoods are susceptible to a variety of diseases, and a fungal disease known as volutella blight on boxwood is one of the worst. Read on to learn about volutella blight control.The first sign of volutella blight on boxwood is delayed and...
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Shrub Pests – Tips On Controlling Boxwood Insects
Since this means multiple generation per year, treating these bugs on boxwoods is imperative as early in the season as possible. The psyllid afflicts all boxwoods, but the American boxwood is most susceptible.Like the spider mite, the boxwood psyllid...
Ohio
Willoughby
Rooting Boxwood Bushes: Growing Boxwood From Cuttings
Continue growing the new plants in a sunny window until spring planting time.Growing boxwood from cuttings is fun and rewarding. It is essential to repot the plants as soon as they begin growing to prevent the roots from becoming tangled and to provide...
Ohio
Willoughby
Why Are There Yellow Or Brown Leaves On Boxwood Shrubs
Really serious root rot may move into the crown, discoloring the wood near the plant's base.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });is all about increasing the drainage around the plant's roots, so if it's potted,...
Ohio
Willoughby
American Boxwood
Prices start at : 24.95 USD / 1 pcs

It can also act as a natural privacy fence, so your family can enjoy cookouts and swim parties without onlooking neighbors, or people driving by. Versatile Ole' Faithful As American as baseball and apple pie, the American Boxwood is one of the most reliable...
  • Growth Rate: Slow
  • Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
  • Mature Height: 10-12 ft.
  • Drought Tolerance: Good
South Carolina
Fort Mill
Spider Mite Damage On Boxwoods – What Are Boxwood Spider Mites
In especially bad infestations, you may have to resort to a. Used in spring and every 3 weeks, this non-toxic oil can quell populations of spider mites quickly. These include predators such as:It can be difficult to seduce these insects to your ailing...
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Has Bad Odor – Help, My Bush Smells Like Cat Urine
Spp.) are known for their deep green leaves and their compact round form. They are excellent specimens for ornamental borders, formal hedges, container gardening and. The English boxwood seems to be the main culprit.To be fair, the odor has also been...
Ohio
Willoughby
Care For Container Grown Boxwood Shrubs – How To Plant Boxwoods In Containers
If the weather's especially hot or dry, water them more.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1"); });, and a feeding once or twice a year should be enough.
Ohio
Willoughby
What Is Boxwood Decline: Learn How To Treat Boxwood Decline
Sections of the foliage of infected boxwoods will turn light green. Keep the boxwood free from insect infestation.One of the causes for die-back diseases like boxwood decline is crowded growth in the branch crotches.
Ohio
Willoughby
Boxwood Mite Control: What Are Boxwood Bud Mites
This mite is most active in spring and early summer, so that's the time to start treatment for boxwood bud mites.Treatment for boxwood bud mites ranges from organic to chemical. Spp.) is a popular shrub in gardens and landscapes around the country.
Ohio
Willoughby
English Boxwood
Prices start at : 29.95 USD / 1 pcs

Because of its slow-growing nature, this shrub remains low and compact, presenting a wide range of uses for any landscaping design. This dense shrub's shape is naturally rounded and is surprisingly soft to the touch.
  • Spacing: 3-5 ft.
  • Drought Tolerance: Good
  • Mature Height: 2-4 ft.
  • Growth Rate: Slow
South Carolina
Fort Mill