Which boxwood is best?
How do I identify my boxwood?
How big do boxwood shrubs get?
Do boxwood shrubs attract bugs?
Can boxwoods take full sun?
Are boxwoods high maintenance?
What is the best time to plant boxwoods?
You can plant boxwood in fall, late winter or early spring. Fall often is best for planting to give the roots time to take hold before winter cold sets in. But as long as you avoid planting during the heat of summer or cold of winter, your boxwood should do fine in fall or spring.
Do boxwoods stay green all year?
What is a good substitute for boxwood?
- 1. Box Honeysuckle (Lonicera Nitida) This plant is listed among the best boxwood alternatives with extremely similar leaf shape and size. …
- Hicks Yew (Taxus x media ‘Hicksii’) …
- Little Simon Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) …
- Teton Firethorn (Pyracantha ‘Teton’)
What do dying boxwoods look like?
Do boxwoods grow fast?
What should I plant in front of small boxwoods?
Are boxwoods boring?
What is the difference between American and English boxwoods?
What type of boxwood stays small?
What is the smallest boxwood shrub?
Can you keep boxwoods small?
Is there a dwarf boxwood shrub?
What is the most hardy boxwood?
How Short Can You Keep a boxwood hedge?
The common boxwood reaches 8 to 20 feet tall, but is generally 6 to 8 feet tall at maturity. You can safely remove 2 to 3 feet of height at one time on taller specimens when the length doesn’t represent more than one-third of its height; if it does, make the cuts over several seasons.