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'Dee Runk' boxwood naturally grows with a narrow, fastigiate form that is ideal for space-saving hedges and specimen planting. Deep green foliage has shown good resistance to boxwood blight. USDA Zone 5 - 8 Exposure Full sun, Part sun, Shade Height 7 - 8' Width 2 - 3'
The perfect evergreen hedge for tight spaces or to create a privacy screen. Lustrous dark green leaves have a lighter green underside. Very columnar growth makes it an ideal specimen for formal topiary shapes. Medium to finely textured foliage does not brown out in winter, and its density makes it a favorite shelter plant for birds.
Jeśli chcemy, by taras czy balkon stał się zaciszny i kameralny, spróbujmy nieco go odgrodzić od zewnętrznego świata.
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Here is a tutorial for making boxwood trees in Oasis.
Shelley Peters saved to Hobbit Fairy Garden
Buxus sempervirens fastigiata Common names: Columnar box, American boxwood, National box, Fastigiate box, Upright English Box. Upright Box is a slow growing Buxus with glossy green oval foliage with a narrow upright habit. Narrow Box has a very dense growing habit and is shade and frost tolerant once established. Perfect for a narrow formal evergreen hedge or path borders in narrow spaces. Mature height 1.5m x 45cm wide. 10''/25cm pot
Expert care advice for maintaining healthy boxwoods
Karen Gebhard saved to garden
When your garden is small, it's easier to groom it meticulously and keep everything under control. This multifaceted gem of a garden in Atlanta is a case in point.
The fact that I’m writing “how to train your bushes” is really cracking me up. Call me immature. Howard Sanderson Gardening I picture myself with a baggie of treats, telling my bushes, “sit. Stay. Roll over. GROW! Okay, good. Good bush.” Then moving on to the next. The fact of the matter though, is that […]
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Need to perk up your home for the holidays? Learn how to easily and cheaply make a boxwood tree. These trees can sell for $60 and more at floral shops, […]
Boxwood hedges are beautiful in almost any type of garden, but they can sometimes be a bit tricky to get started. Here's how to grow boxwoods!
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