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For those seeking a more formal look in the garden and are willing to maintain it, consider boxwood topiaries, such as this little beauty.
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Given free rein, Common Boxwoods can grow into large shrubs, five to 15 feet tall and wide. However, boxwoods also happen to take very well to pruning and are an ideal evergreen for topiaries. Very low maintenance with inconspicuous flowers, boxwood topiaries evoke the formal, precise gardens of Europe, and grow well in the ground or in container planters. One caveat is that conscientious pruning is needed to maintain the clean lines of the topiary shape and boxwoods need a sunny location for best results.
|Common Name||Boxwood, Common Box|
|Mature Size||5' - 15' feet if allowed to grow|
|Cold Hardiness||-15 ° F|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Structure||Shrub, unless shaped|
|Bloom Color||Inconspicuous, greenish white|
|Bloom Time||Inconspicuous, spring|
|Uses||Formal gardens, container planters, specimen, borders|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|