The foliage and stems of B. 'Curly Locks' are twisted and curved. Makes an interesting small shrub for the garden or container.
This is a darker green narrow columnar boxwood. The plant will get 5'-6'x 1' wide. Slower growing than B. 'Graham Blandy'.
A columnar boxwood. Our largest plants are 8’x 1’ (with once yearly selective pruning). This evergreen makes a handsome upright column.
This is a weeping variegated boxwood. The splashed creamy yellow foliage is distinctively different than any other boxwood. Our plant is 3-4' tall after 35 years. Makes a pretty and interesting plant for a container.
Our 50 year old plant is 12"x 18". This ultimate dwarf shrub has tiny medium green leaves. Our plant grows in semi-shade.
Eventually this boxwood gets to 8' to 10' tall. We use this variegated foliage for flower arrangements year round. Grows well in full shade or almost full sun, a super adaptable plant. Makes a great hedge!