Common Boxwood, English Boxwood
Boxwood is widely used for edging and hedging. When not clipped, most are soft and billowing. Inconspicuous flowers. All are easy to grow where adapted. Extra care with watering, feeding, and controlling mites and scale will pay off in better color and greater vigor.
Native to southern Europe, North Africa, western Asia. Dies out in alkaline soils and hot-summer areas. Will grow to a height of 15–20 ft. with equal spread. Densely foliaged with medium-size, lustrous dark green, oval leaves.‘Graham Blandy’
Narrow, columnar growth to 7–9 ft. tall, 1 ft. wide.
Slower growing than the species; to 4–5 ft. high but is generally clipped lower. Small leaves, dense form and texture. A variegated form with silver-edged foliage is available.
Grows to 2–3 ft. tall, 6 ft. wide. Macedonian native; considered the hardiest common boxwood.‘Variegata’
Leaves have creamy white edges.
From Japan. Much like Hamamelis x intermedia, though perhaps somewhat more erect and...
Group of winter-blooming hybrids between Hamamelis mollis and Hamamelis japonica. Bi...
Native to China. Evergreen leaves are dark green, heavily mottled with silver, and heart-shaped with a...