Boxwoods for Sale Online

Boxwood shrubs have always been at home in a formal setting or a casual situation. Boxwoods are one of the most versatile shrubs in any garden. In winter boxwood’s strong shapes dominate the landscape, standing like evergreen sentinels. In summer, when the garden is in full bloom with bright colors, they create a dark background providing a backdrop to highlight colors. To some gardeners, the most familiar forms are what are commonly referred to as American boxwoods (Buxus sempervirens) and  English boxwoods (Buxus sempervirens Suffruticosa). There are about 90 different species and over  300 different cultivars, including Japanese and Korean varieties. The difference in boxwood plants and species vary tremendously. Size, shape, leaf color, growth rates, and hardiness are just a few of the differences. The trick to using these evergreens in your garden is to choose the best selection to fit your particular vision and growing conditions. We’re here to help with your questions.

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Information on our best-selling Boxwoods:

Baby Gem Boxwood: This is a fine-textured broad-leaved boxwood that grows as tall as it is wide, reaching a maintainable size of 3 feet. It’s an exceptionally compact boxwood excellent for use in smaller gardens for borders and focal areas. It is the “Little” brother of Winter Gem.

Winter Gem Boxwood: Winter Gem Boxwood is a Korean boxwood that typically matures to 4 to 6’ tall and as wide. Considered to be the classic evergreen shrub, boxwood is easily sheared into a hedge or into any shape you desire. It is the “big” brother of Baby Gem.

Wintergreen Boxwood: Wintergreen is a vigorous, very winter-hardy cultivar that is ideal when a large foundation plant is desired. Great for use in medium-sized hedges.  Very tolerant of pruning or shearing. The fastest-growing of the boxwoods. Holds its green color through the toughest of winters.

Golden Dream Boxwood: The beautiful golden-edged leaves of this Golden Dream truly lives up to its name. Boxwood Golden Dream is a compact, slow-growing evergreen shrub that grows nearly 2 feet tall at maturity and will take on a more or less naturally rounded shape without pruning.

Dwarf English Boxwood: Dwarf English Boxwood (Buxus s. suffruticosa) is excellent when used as a low hedge. It's very slow-growing and easily sheared. The most recognized Boxwood by far. A favorite boxwood for use in Knot gardens.

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