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Pyramidal Boxwood

Buxus sempervirens

Stately, Perfect, Dramatic, Formal. These are all words that have described the Pyramidal Boxwood Topiary over the years. Some of the most historic Estates in the country have preserved and been proud of their collections of trimmed boxwoods. Now, thanks to our highly skilled growing staff who have put years into these supurb specimens your landscape, whether big or small, can have the same meticulously trimmed boxwood specimens in your landscape..

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Pyramidal Boxwood for Sale

You have undoubtedly seen elegant evergreen shrubs trimmed into pyramid shapes if you've visited historic estates or public gardens. Ever since the common boxwood shrub was introduced into the American landscape, gardeners trimmed them into formal cone shapes.

Many spacious estate gardens include pyramidal boxwoods lining driveways and entry paths. This process takes time to turn small ball-shaped plants into this highly desirable form.

Let us save you time and effort. Our pyramidal-shaped boxwoods have been trained and trimmed into the iconic shape that discerning gardeners strive for. This process saves you years of time and effort.

Our pre-trimmed boxwoods are packed with lush, dense growth and will only need to be trimmed once per year to maintain their shape. The vibrant green color will draw attention to entry doors, patios, or decks. These boxwoods also look great in front of commercial entries or outdoor dining areas at restaurants and cafes.

Boxwoods have year-round appeal. The attraction doesn't have to stop because the growing season ends either. When most plants go into dormant states and lose their leaves in the winter months, boxwoods can be decorated with festive red bows, holly berries, or other seasonal ornaments.

Pyramidal American boxwoods are one of the hardiest boxwoods available. Even if you live in the northern part of the United States, you can still enjoy these boxwoods at your home or business. Buxus sempervirens was given the name of common boxwood, but there is nothing ordinary about the stellar beauty of this plant. They have been and remain a standout member of the boxwood family, and we're confident you'll adore the stately look and ease of care that these hardy evergreen shrubs will bring to your home for years and years.

Best grown in zones 5 through 9, this Boxwood shrub maintains glossy evergreen foliage throughout the year. Common Boxwoods thrive in sunny to partly shady locations with moist, well-drained soils. These requirements make them perfect candidates for porch pots or patio containers as well as in the landscape.


Growzone: 5-9 Pyramidal Boxwood Hardiness Zones 5-9
Hardiness Zone: 5-9
Mature Height: 10 to 12 Feet
Mature Width: 4 to 6 Feet
Classification: Evergreen shrub, Topiary
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Habit: Upright
Flower Color: Inconspicuous
Foliage: Dark green
Soil Condition: Any well-drained soil
Water Requirements: Water well until established

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