Buxus sempervirens Spiral Topiary 33-36 Inch

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A reliable evergreen shrub here in the Pacific NW, Common Box is often the plant of choice for dense hedges or foundation plants. Flowers are inconspicuous, the small leaves remain green throughout the year, and it takes well to pruning, which brings the value of this plant to a whole new level. This spiral topiary evokes the formal gardens of Europe, and would do well in large container planters, along walkways, or as the centerpiece of a formal bed. At the other end of the spectrum, it may inspire a more whimsical, fantastical mood when paired with less disciplined, more exuberant plants. 

Whatever direction this spiral topiary takes you, be prepared to do regular maintenance on this beauty. Wait until after the average last spring frost date for your area to do any springtime pruning, then have the shears ready to keep this spiral topiary looking its best.

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Common Name: Common Box, Boxwood
Mature Size: May be trimmed to control size. 5' - 15' tall and wide if left to grow naturally.
Growth Rate: Moderate to fast
Cold Hardiness: -15 ° F
Characteristics: Evergreen, deer-resistant, excellent topiary specimen
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Upright
Bloom Color: Inconspicuous
Bloom Time: Inconspicuous
Uses: Formal gardens, container planters, borders, patios
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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