The Dwarf English Boxwood is praised for its light green foliage and cloud like natural growth. This plant is versatile, it can be used for big landscape projects and even in containers. This boxwood will achieve any look that you are wanting for your landscape! The Green Mountain and Baby Gem Boxwoods are also great alternatives.
How Do I Plant A Dwarf English Boxwood?
Dig a hole twice the width of the rootball and add compost or peatmoss to the soil before backfilling. Add a 2" layer of mulch over the root area and water once or twice a week until established.
How Fast Does This Boxwood Grow?
Grows at a medium rate to a mature height of 1-2 feet.
How Far Apart Should I Space These Shrubs?
Space these shrubs 2-3 feet apart to accomodate a 1-2 foot spread.
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|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|