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

It is best to mulch to keep root system cool and moist; the evergreen foliage needs to be protected from drying winds, especially in winter. Easy to Grow, Makes a Great Hedge! The Boxwood 'Emerald Jewel', Buxus microphylla var.

2 - 3 feet

    • Mature Spread: 2 - 3 feet
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Flower Color: Creamy White
    • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
    • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    North Star Boxwood
    Prices start at : 33.95 USD / Quart Container

    North Startm is perfect for the classic boxwood hedge of English garden fame that so many gardeners crave. 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.
    • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
    • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
    • Mature Spread: 3- 4 feet
    • Fall Color: Evergreen
    • Brand: Proven Winners
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    Baby Gem Boxwood
    Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

    Baby Gem Boxwood will grow up to 2 feet in height with an equal spread. They're small enough, and hardy enough, to work in many locations in your yard. Its dwarf nature makes it ideal for those small spaces in your yard where you'd like an evergreen presence.
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Growth Rate: Medium
    • Soil Type: Well Drained
    • Foliage: Dark Green
    • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    Korean Boxwood
    Prices start at : 49.95 USD / #2 Container range: 1.2 - 1.8 gallons (5 - 8 liters)

    These are often used massed or as a specimen plant in a formal garden. All in all, the Korean Boxwood is hardy variety of Boxwood that will ask very little of you, yet provide an abundance of value.
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
    • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla koreana
    • Foliage: Green
    • Mature Spread: 4 - 6 feet
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    Winter Gem Boxwood
    Prices start at : 59.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

    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. Your Winter Gem Boxwood's possibilities are only as limited as your creativity.
    • Mature Spread: 1 - 3 feet
    • Growth Rate: Medium
    • Fall Color: Evergreen
    • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla japonica 'Winter Gem'
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    Green Mountain Boxwood
    Prices start at : 79.95 USD / #3 Container range: 2.3 - 2.8 gallons (10 - 12 liters)

    It even has good cold hardiness and is deer resistant. Fast-Growing, Hardy Boxwood with Consistent Color Green Mountain Boxwood is an upright, evergreen shrub with an unusual pyramidal growth habit.
    • Growth Rate: Medium
    • Mature Spread: 2 - 3 feet
    • Soil Type: Well drained
    • Mature Height: 3 - 5 feet
    • Fall Color: Evergreen
    Nebraska
    Omaha
    Sprinter Boxwood
    Prices start at : 34.95 USD / #1 Container range: 2.3 - 3.7 quarts (2.5 - 4 liters)

    Amid evergreens, Sprinter Boxwood is a gem. One of the Fastest-Growing Hardy Evergreens For an evergreen, Sprinter Boxwood, Buxus microphylla 'Bulthouse', is relatively fast-growing.
    • Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun
    • Flower Color: White
    • Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla 'Bulthouse'
    • Growth Rate: Medium
    • Foliage: Green
    • Fall Color: Evergreen
    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. Your Green Velvet Boxwood adds color and texture to the landscape, growing to a height of 3 feet with an equal spread.

    2 - 3 feet

      • Botanical Name: Buxus x 'Green Velvet'
      • Foliage: Dark Green
      • Mature Spread: 2 - 3 feet
      • Mature Height: 2 - 3 feet
      • Brand: Nature Hills Nursery
      Nebraska
      Omaha
      Boxwood Blight Invades U.S.
      Any horticultural business or homeowner with boxwoods currently on their property should search for symptoms.I interviewed Jan Byrne, of the Michigan State Universities Department of Plant Pathology.
      California
      El Segundo
      Boxwood Bush Diseases: Learn About Diseases Affecting Boxwoods
      If decline occurs, don't plant new boxwoods in the same spot.causes the leaves to lighten in color and the roots to darken and rot. Cut away and dispose of affected branches and leaves.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Common Boxwood Varieties: Learn About Different Types Of Boxwoods
      The American and English Buxus varieties are two of the most prevalent species sold in landscaping, but there are many more options for the discerning gardener. Choose from a variety of leaf shapes, growth forms and rate and hardiness ranges for a shrub...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Fertilizer For Boxwood Shrubs: Tips On Fertilizing Boxwoods
      It's best toto figure out the product to use for boxwood fertilizing but, generally, loamy and clay soils require less fertilizer than sandy soils.One sign that your shrubs lack nitrogen is a general yellowing of the lower, older boxwood leaves.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Care – How To Grow Boxwood Shrubs
      As with all shrub mulching, trunks should not be covered.Aside from watering and mulching, growing boxwood is a low maintenance task, unless you wish to keep them as a sheared hedge.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      What Is Boxwood Blight: Boxwood Blight Symptoms And Treatment
      It has since spread as far north as Massachusetts and can be found in isolated areas across the U.S.Boxwood blight symptoms are similar to the symptoms of other diseases that infect boxwoods.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Trimming Boxwood Bushes – How And When To Prune Boxwoods
      Used as a hedge, nothing provides a better screen against an unsightly view.That said, these handy evergreens do need occasional pruning. Even when chosen for a particular size or shape, an errant branch or twig may need trimming.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Watering Tips – How And When To Water Boxwoods
      (Be careful not to damage the shallow roots). Provide leafy, emerald green color to the landscape with a surprisingly scant investment of time and effort on your part, as boxwood watering requirements are minimal once the plant is established.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Korean Boxwood Care: Growing Korean Boxwoods In The Garden
      Site your Korean boxwood plants where they are sheltered from drying winter winds. You'll need to find a location with moist, loamy soils.The shrubs' evergreen foliage needs some protection from.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Winter Protection: Treating Cold Injury In Boxwoods
      If boxwoods prove too much work to maintain in your climate, give aa try – many are extremely cold hardy and small-leafed varieties can be clipped into formal hedges. Just like you care for your boxwoods in summer, care of boxwoods in winter is paramount.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Volutella Blight Boxwood Treatment: Learn About Volutella Blight Control
      Remember that fungicides can be an effective preventive measure, but they are not a cure.Water boxwood as needed to keep the soil evenly moist but never soggy. Avoid overhead watering.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Shrub Pests – Tips On Controlling Boxwood Insects
      Mealybugs are difficult to control with insecticides. The nymphs begin feeding on the plant right away. High nitrogen fertilizer applications coincide with large populations of boxwood mites.As with other types of spider mites, these pests overwinter...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Rooting Boxwood Bushes: Growing Boxwood From Cuttings
      Firm the medium around the stem just enough to make it stand up straight. Stick the lower end of the cutting where the leaves were removed about two inches into the rooting medium.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Why Are There Yellow Or Brown Leaves On Boxwood Shrubs
      You can prolong the life of these infected plants by providing plenty of water and feeding them regularly, but they will eventually succumb to nematodes. When they do, consider replacing them with nematode-resistant American boxwoods,.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      American Boxwood
      Prices start at : 24.95 USD / 1 pcs

      A green ornamental throughout the year, this evergreen exhibits tiny pale green flowers in spring set against a bed of lovely dark green leaves that are oblong and glossy. Line them in front of your porch for added privacy and year-round foliage.
      • Growth Rate: Slow
      • Spacing: 3-5 ft.
      • Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
      • Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
      South Carolina
      Fort Mill
      Spider Mite Damage On Boxwoods – What Are Boxwood Spider Mites
      If feeding activity is accelerated, the leaves may actually start dropping off the plant.The best way to determine if spider mites are doing the damage is by holding a piece of plain paper under the plant and giving the branches a shake.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Has Bad Odor – Help, My Bush Smells Like Cat Urine
      Read on to learn more.Some people are reporting that their boxwood has a bad odor. But it does happen.In fact, unbeknownst to many, boxwood shrubs produce tiny, inconspicuous blooms – normally in late spring.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Care For Container Grown Boxwood Shrubs – How To Plant Boxwoods In Containers
      Keep reading to learn about care for boxwood in pots and how to plant boxwoods in containers.Plant your boxwood shrubs in containers that are fast draining and big. You want your pot to be as wide as the plant is tall, and even wider if you can manage...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      What Is Boxwood Decline: Learn How To Treat Boxwood Decline
      In time, the foliage turns yellow and then fades to tan.Treating boxwood decline starts with prevention. Be sure they getAvoid circumstances that stress the plants. Keep the boxwood free from insect infestation.One of the causes for die-back diseases...
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      Boxwood Mite Control: What Are Boxwood Bud Mites
      If your beloved boxwoods are already infested, read on for tips on boxwood mite damage and boxwood mite control.What are boxwood bud mites? They are tiny insects that eat away on the bottom of boxwood leaves.
      Ohio
      Willoughby
      English Boxwood
      Prices start at : 29.95 USD / 1 pcs

      Our Red Knockout Rose Trees stand out in spectacular fashion when encircled by this brilliant compact hedge. It looks magnificent bordering a walkway or driveway. The Dwarf Boxwood performs well in full sun to partial shade and adapts nicely to most any...

      2-4 ft.

        • Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Sun
        • Mature Width: 2-4 ft.
        • Mature Height: 2-4 ft.
        • Growth Rate: Slow
        South Carolina
        Fort Mill