This adorable miniature boxwood is deer and drought tolerant, vigorous, and very winter hardy! Fragrant inconsequential flowers are creamy white to yellow in color. The 'Emerald Jewel' can also be used near water gardens or ponds, in rock gardens, as...
Soil Type: Well Drained
Fall Color: Evergreen
Flower Color: Creamy White
Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla var. koreana 'Emerald Jewel'
* Dark Green Foliage All Winter * Globe Shape * Little Pruning Required * Great for Topiary If your vision of a garden includes classic lines and timeless plants, you can't go off course having North Startm as your guide.
Your Baby Gem Boxwood is a wonderful little shrub with fine-textured foliage and a small stature. They're small enough, and hardy enough, to work in many locations in your yard. It can be left to grow naturally beautiful, or trimmed to fit your needs…including...
Growth Rate: Medium
Soil Type: Well Drained
Foliage: Dark Green
Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla var. japonica BABY GEM 'Gregem'
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. All in all, the Korean Boxwood is hardy variety of Boxwood that will ask very little of you, yet provide...
Prune it into a conical shape, a boxy hedge or indulge your topiary skills to make it resemble a small giraffe. * Cold Hardy * Low Maintenance * Easy to shape * Deer Resistant Your Winter Gem Boxwood's possibilities are only as limited as your creativity.
Plant several for a quick and low-growing hedge along your patio, or place a few in containers. It maintains its color and rounded shape but with a slight bushy nature unless pruned for a tighter, more manicured look.
Green Velvet Boxwood is a slow-growing broadleaf evergreen that requires little care. The Green Velvet is a 1997 Styer Award Winner & 1998 Michigan Growers' Choice Award Winner. Plant one as a small hedge along a border, or use one as a single accent...
Fast Growing Privacy Screen Reaching heights of 10-12 feet, with an 8-10 foot spread, and sporting extremely dense foliage, the noble American Boxwood is the ideal choice for a privacy screen to buffer any neighborhood noise.
Dating back to 4,000 BC, Egyptians used clipped box hedges in their gardens. Some experts say you should remove a third of the large branches each year over three years. A 2 to 3 inch layer of mulch is sufficient but remember to take care not to cover...
Stylish and Shapeable English Boxwood responds well to pruning and can be sheared into any desired form, including topiaries and even bonsai art. Order Now Just imagine all the ways you can grow this shrub! You can get started quickly! Order today and...
When grouped, Wintergreen complements most any garden grouping and looks fantastic in decorative pots to accent a deck or patio. Order Now Enjoy the vibrant green color all year. It even maintains its bright green color during winter months when other...
They're perfectly suited to enhance both casual and formal settings Easy Going Shrub Flourishing in full sun to partial shade, the Green Velvet Boxwood can be easily maintained for use in areas where space may be limited.
It's cold hardy to temperatures reaching -20 F while its drought tolerance makes is suited to the heat of southern climates… once established in your garden. While others can turn orange-brown when struck by freezing temperatures and prevailing winds...
Its better to leave a one inch gap of space between the mulch and the stem or trunk of the plant. We do not recommend using straight topsoil or compost as a back-fill soil because more times than not these products will retain entirely to much moisture...
If renewal pruning is to be tried, it should be done in late winter or early spring, over a period of several years. Buxus is also Latin for flute; it is said that Roman gardener Pliny grew boxwoods for making musical instruments.
Buxus is also Latin for flute; it is said that Roman gardener Pliny grew boxwoods for making musical instruments. Depending on the quality of your existing soil you may need to add a locally sourced compost or topsoil to the back-fill soil.
The most common cause of plant death after transplanting is planting the new plant to deep. , thinning is the most appropriate way to prune for an informal look. At times, very old and misshapen boxwoods are going to need rejuvenation.
When using boxwood as a hedge, begin pruning when the shrub is young rather than waiting several years until it has achieved a lot of growth. It maintains its green coloration throughout the four seasons.
To thin, prune selected branches throughout the shrub to the main trunk, to a lateral branch or to a lateral bud. The most common cause of plant death after transplanting is planting the new plant to deep.
Contact me for more information. I can provide pictures if you would like. Many good looking full grown boxwoods. If you are looking for boxwoods for instant impact in the landscape these boxwoods are for you.
For extra cost I will make the wreaths for you. Great condition boxwood for sale. I have English and American types of boxwood. Perfect for making holiday wreaths and decorations. Will ship to all the United States.
Shrubs to be removed by buyer, with surrounding lawn to be restored if damaged during removal. 4-6 mature boxwwods for sale, est 45 years old. Access is open, without obstruction. Must be removed from property by June 15, 2004
1000 to 1500 Boxwoods - 13 to 36 inches tall - most are in buckets - full of roots 1000 to 1500 Boxwoods - 13 to 36 inches tall - most are in buckets, full of roots. Wholesale prices in quanities of 500 or more
Also have thousands more that average 24 inches. Have approximlatey 4000 boxwoods for sales. Call for pricing See the detaild description for the break down. 800 for sale that vary from 27 to 32 inches.
I also have some 2/3 year old "Green Pillow Box which is very low and dwarf. The Kingsville is one of the slowest variety which is used a lot for Bonsai and Rock gardens. These varieties can retail for up to $50 each to collectors.
Healthy 1-3 year old nursery stock of American Boxwoods organically grown with tender loving care. We have a beautiful crop of american boxwoods grown in Grayson County in the beautiful Elk Creek Virginia valley.