Low-Maintenance & Very Easy to Grow
Dwarf English Boxwoods are extremely adaptable evergreens. They're known for their gorgeous light-green leaves and round, compact shape.
The stunning foliage is soft to the touch, and adds lively texture to your landscape. The round, delicate leaves look great surrounded by perennials or as a backdrop for showy Knock Out Roses.
The Dwarf English Boxwood is so versatile that it can be combined with virtually any color palette you choose.
Often used to highlight features in gardens like statues or fountains, Dwarf English Boxwoods create striking borders with hardly any effort on your part. They look fabulous lining a long driveway or rimming the border of your garden.
During the winter months, its leaves can take on a bronze tone, adding remarkable detail to winter gardens and appealing contrast when paired with other evergreens.
A true dwarf, this species is one of the most popular Boxwoods available. It offers plenty of bang for your buck in a compact shape.
Dwarf English Boxwoods are slow-growing and reach up to three feet in height, so you can tuck them in a tight spot with little fear of them becoming overgrown. This allows them to maintain their shape and beauty for long periods of time without maintenance or clipping.
This boxwood can grow in a multitude of different conditions- thriving in both sun and shade and requiring minimal water once established. Naturally pest-resistant, you will not need to spray harmful chemicals to keep it beautiful. As a bonus, it is also deer resistant.
Boxwoods are so versatile that they are the official shrub of the Hampton Palace Knot Garden in England, which was once home to numerous kings and queens. With its ease of care and ability to look magnificent when paired with bold colors and perennial flowers, it's no wonder the Dwarf English Boxwood is admired by royalty
This plant is an outstanding addition to any garden. It is extremely flexible and require minimal care.
It is sure to be a crucial element in your landscape design, so order yours today.
For a dramatic change to your landscape, try our 3 gallon sizes. These plants have been grown an extra year, but they're large and well-developed. That means you get that full boxwood look right when you plant it.