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 »

Mites on My Boxwood?

Boxwoods are woody evergreen shrubs with dark green foliage. They can be trimmed as hedges or left to grow as billowy shrubs. Unfortunately, these popular landscape plants can be devastated by the ... Read More »

How to Preserve Boxwood Cuttings?

Boxwood, which is referred to as box in the United Kingdom, is an evergreen shrub that is used as a decorative landscape element in many countries across the globe, and whose leaves are particularl... Read More »

How to Grow an African Boxwood?

Growing to mature heights of 3 to 8 feet and widths of 2 to 6 feet, African boxwood (Myrsine africana) is most often used to create a low, trimmed hedge or planted in a narrow bed. It also works we... Read More »