Boxwood Edging?

Answer Boxwood has edged gardens large and small for thousands of years, its first recorded ornamental usage in ancient Egypt around 4,000 B.C. Unsurpassed as a clipped border around formal plantings and ... Read More »

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How to Plant Boxwood?

Boxwood shrubs are low-maintenance plants with a dense, rounded shape. Boxwood thrives in the South and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States, but it can be planted and grown in many climates. ... Read More »

Anyone know how to get rid of Boxwood Psyllids?

   Your Boxwood Psyllids are pretty common pests. Fortunately the damage they do is primarily aesthetic, theres no lasting harm to the plants. Their damage is usually quite evident, one identify... Read More »

Which tree does boxwood come from?

Boxwood can be divided primarily into two species: Buxus sempervirens and Buxus microphylla. Buxus sempervirens are wide-spreading shrubs or small trees. The Buxus microphylla is a shrub that rarel... Read More »

What tree does boxwood come from?

Boxwood comes from the boxwood tree, which is actually an evergreen shrub. During the winter months, the boxwood remains green and then flowers in the spring. Boxwood is often used to decorate home... Read More »