A good hardy strain of a plant associated with colonial gardens in North America. Viewed with renewed interest because of its lack of attraction to deer.
A columnar boxwood which can be maintained as an accent plant with moderate pruning.
3½ - 4'
4 - 4½'
4½ - 5'
5 - 5½'
An extremely narrow boxwood. A plant four feet tall, is only about 10-12" wide.
3 - 3½'
A fast growing hybrid, exhibiting good hardiness in zone 6. Roundish in shape.
Mostly upright and pyramidal rendering teh same characteristics of our strain of Buxus semperviren. Major difference being a bit slower in growth. Deep dark green foilage year round.
More roudned and dwarf than our other semperviren varieties. Smaller leaf and slower in growth.
In our opinion, this is the best of the white flowering native dogwoods. Grown as a modified single leader tree.
2 - 2½'
2½ - 3'