Graham Blandy Boxwood
|Mature Height||3-4 Feet|
|Mature Width||2-3 Feet|
|Shipping Restriction||AZ, OR, TN|
A Graham Blandy Boxwood is an upright, broad-leafed, dense, multi stemmed evergreen shrub. It has glossy, small oval leaves that are bright green in the spring and darken to a deep green over time. The moderately slow growing, Graham Blandy Boxwood, will have more height than width. At maturity it will reach around 4-5 ft in height with a spread of 2 ft.
Do you have limited space? Maybe you live in an urban area but are looking for a specimen plant to brighten things up a bit. We suggest you try the Graham Blandy Boxwood. This versatile shrub is always a perfect choice.
Where Should I Plant A Graham Blandy Boxwood?
These shrubs are adaptable to a variety of soils and thrive in full sun to part shade exposure. Use in mass plantings or as a hedge in grow zones 5-9.
What Are Good Companion Plants For This Boxwood?
These shrubs do well planted in mass plantings and borders alongside other boxwoods or paired with rose bushes in a mixed garden bed.
Why Is My Boxwood Turning Yellow?
Rootrot and fungal infections are the most popular reasons for discoloration in the bushes. Be sure your boxwoods have good drainage and do not overwater. Diagnose properly and treat with fungicide if needed.
The Graham Blandy Boxwood is a relatively low maintenance shrub. It requires very little pruning but can be pruned at anytime. This boxwood does best in full sun to partial shade. It is adaptable to most soils, but thrives in alkaline soils. The Graham Blandy Boxwood prefers to grown in moist conditions.
Whether you are in a big city or the suburbs this low maintenance plant will spruce up your landscape.
The attractive thing about the Graham Blandy Boxwood is how it could be used in many different ways. It is great for mass planting. You could use the Graham Blandy as a hedge, screening or windbreaker. Maybe you are looking to use it as a specimen. The Graham Blandy works well for general garden use, as a topiary or even container planting. Its vertical accent works well in tight corners or conifer arrangements. With the Graham Blandy Boxwood your options are anything but limited.