Boxwood

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    NEATBALL™ Boxwood

    Neatball boxwood (Buxus microphylla) is a tidy evergreen that’s surprisingly tough. As its name implies, it naturally grows in an irresistible globe shape, but it also keeps its dark green color through winter better than other boxwood. No worries about bronze or pale leaves bringing down your winter landscape! Neatball boxwood also exhibits better hardiness than many boxwoods, thriving even in USDA zone 4b.

    Why grow Neatball boxwood?

    • No pruning required for that classic round boxwood shape
    • Keeps its nice dark green color, even in winter
    • More cold tolerant than other boxwoods – grows even in USDA zone 4b

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    NORTH STAR® Boxwood

    North Star® boxwood is one of the most reliable plants you could ask for. It stays small without much, if any, intervention. It retains a healthy green color year round, but especially in winter when it matters the most. It has a dense habit, perfect for creating a uniform visual barrier as edging or a low hedge. When it comes to the ever-feared boxwood blight, it’s even shown rather good resistance. If no nonsense elegance is your aim, put North Star boxwood in the game.

    Why grow North Star boxwood?

    • Low maintenance
    • Reliable short height
    • Very dense habit

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    SPRINTER® Boxwood

    Sprinter® boxwood is the perfect choice for evergreen beauty in any style landscape. As a manicured ball it’s at home in formal settings, and left unpruned its springy habit fits perfectly into informal settings! It also manages to thrive in any lighting condition, although it will grow a bit more slowly in full shade. Even at its slowest though, it matures to its full size remarkably quickly. You can’t go wrong with this improved classic beauty! Plus, it doesn’t have the notorious boxwood odor, so your visitors won’t be greeted by a mysterious, and frankly unpleasant, scent before you have a chance to make it to the front door.

    Why grow Sprinter boxwood?

    • Fast growing
    • Steadfast evergreen interest
    • No boxwood smell

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