Rounded Shape with Consistent Color Green Velvet Boxwood is a hardy, boxwood variety suitable for several purposes. Plant one as a small hedge along a border, or use one as a single accent planting in a formal garden. Green Velvet Boxwood is a slow-growing broadleaf evergreen that requires little care. If left alone, it will assume a pleasing, 2′-3′ rounded shape and maintain its color year-round. Unlike other evergreens, Green Velvet Boxwood experiences minimal winter bronzing, so you will enjoy its vibrant color even in the cold months. Your Green Velvet Boxwood adds color and texture to the landscape, growing to a height of 3 feet with an equal spread. It would enjoy a spot in your yard with full shade to part sun, and will even tolerate pruning should you prefer to dictate its shape in your landscape. The Green Velvet is a 1997 Styer Award Winner & 1998 Michigan Growers’ Choice Award Winner. Once you have one in your yard, it will be easy see why this evergreen Boxwood is a prize-winning specimen. * Low Rounded Profile * Full Sun to Part Shade* Vibrant green through winter .
Fast-Growing, Hardy Evergreen Sprinter Boxwood, Buxus microphylla ‘Bulthouse’, is a fast-growing evergreen. Plant several for a quick and low-growing hedge along your patio, or place a few in containers. Even just one as an accent for your perennial bed would provide a carefree source of year round color. 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 a faster growing nature. Its vibrant, green foliage is robust and shiny, and doesn’t require any special care or pruning (unless you want to fuss over it—which it will happily adapt to). It’s quite simply an easy evergreen that will grow quickly and provide years of dependable color for your landscape. Sprinter Boxwood will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It has an upright habit and rounded, compact nature. It maintains its color and rounded shape but with a slight bushy nature unless pruned for a tighter, more manicured look. Amid evergreens, Sprinter Boxwood is a gem. Plant one today for a carefree performer that will quickly and reliably perform for you year after year. * Fast-growing* Deer resistant* Cold tolerant* Adaptive to a variety of conditions.
One of the easiest boxwoods to grow Japanese Boxwood, Buxus microphylla, is a must-have for your garden. This boxwood can frame a garden bed, trim the foundation to your home or sit pretty in a planter box. Whether you have an estate, a suburban two-story or a trailer home, the Japanese Boxwood shrub will work in your landscape. Though the Japanese Boxwood shrub looks and acts like other boxwoods – it grows slowly, stays green year round, and can take pruning like a champ – it differs from other types of boxwood in one very important way. The roots of this boxwood go much deeper than any other type. This means that it handles drought much, much better. The Japanese Boxwood shrub does fine in full sun or light shade. It doesn’t grow out of bounds. It can be sheared into a low hedge, but grows slowly enough that you don’t have to prune it very often. This is truly an easy plant to grow. A hedge of Japanese Boxwood can make the wildest garden look tame or the roughest container look sophisticated. Order enough for your hedge planting today! * Handsome evergreen foliage * Drought resistant deep roots * Hardy and Easy.