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Wintergreen Boxwood
Growing Zones: 5-8
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Mature Height: 2-4 ft.
Mature Width: 3-5 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun - Shade
Blooms: N/A
Spacing: 3-4 ft.
Botanical: Buxus microphylla
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This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Wintergreen Boxwood


Wintergreen Boxwood
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Compact Evergreen is Easy to Grow & Adaptable


The tough and robust Wintergreen Boxwood (also known as the Korean Boxwood) is an extremely adaptable shrub that makes a fashionable addition to any landscape.

Your Wintergreen Boxwood will give you lush green foliage when young, which slightly darkens with age. Oval leaves are petite and dainty, lending a smooth-textured look and feel to this decorative shrub.

This boxwood is commonly shaped into round spheres, square cubes, or ovals. It's a very slow growing plant, so when trimmed, they keep their shape for a long time.

When grouped, they add an elegant sense of style and grace to most any garden plan.

They also look fantastic in decorative pots used for accent on a terrace or patio.

When grown in rows, the Wintergreen Boxwood becomes a hedge that can be neatly shaped to create an appealing border or foundation accent. You'll often see this hedge used as a backdrop for lower-growing perennials.

If planting space is at a premium, the small size of the Wintergreen Boxwood provides a perfectly proportioned design element for a sophisticated look. It only grows up to 2-4 ft. tall, so it can fit almost anywhere. Flank your home's entryway or add a few around your patio. The possibilities are endless.

The Wintergreen Boxwood flourishes in growing zones 5-8. It keeps its vivid green color, even during winter months when other Boxwoods can yellow. It's adaptable to most soil types, and resists disease, pests and even deer!

This is a great choice for beginner gardeners because it's so easy to grow... but its also used by professional landscapers because it looks so good!

When getting boxwoods, be sure to find ones with a well-developed root system. With Brighter Blooms Nursery, you get aged, advanced plants with great root systems... ready to provide tons of color for your landscape!

 
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