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Buxus -- Boxwood (-10°F, USDA Zones 6-8) An easy and adaptable genus, but to have success with these versatile and popular plants, remember, the more sun, the more water.
Buxus x ‘Green Mountain’
An upright grower with dark-green, glossy leaves, ‘Green Mountain’ is a vigorous yet compact plant. Hardy to zone 5. Grows 3-6’ per year, ultimately reaching 2-4’. Four inch pot $4.00 One gallon $9.00
Buxus microphylla ‘Faulkner’
A newer selection popular in Europe for its shiny foliage and hardiness. Habit is taller and wider than B. microphylla. This one makes an “exclamation point” in the garden! Four inch pot $4.00
Great for hedges, massing, topiary work and formal gardens. Can reach 15-20' and grow as wide. Foliage is a lustrous dark green above and a light yellowish green below. Four inch pot $4.00
Buxus sempervirens ‘Graham Blandy’
The narrow, columnar form of 'Graham Blandy' make it suitible for both specimen and hedge situations. A vigorus grower with rich, dark green, glossy foliage that responds well to shearing into a formal form.
Four inch pot $4.00 One gallon, $12.00
Buxus sempervirens 'Mont Bruno'
A new, super-cold hardy, dwarf boxwood.
Incredibly dense, and quite compact. The leaves start out bright green and then become quite dark with age. Andre Poliquin (Quebec) selected it from a 'Suffruticosa' seedling. Rare. One gallon. $12.00
Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’
Both dense and slow growing, an excellent choice for a hedge eventually reaching 4-5' or as specimens positioned in the classical garden. This proven performer has been used in formal gardens for centuries.
Four inch pot $4.00. One gallon. $7.00
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