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Plants Matching broadleaf evergreen

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(Julia Jane Boxwood, Littleleaf Boxwood)

Julia Jane boxwood is an upright rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub useful as a low hedge, topiary or foundation plant. The glossy foliage emerges lime green, maturing to dark green and develops a bronzy cast in winter. It is not attractive to foraging deer but its tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Very adapted to heat and humidity, littleleaf boxwood grows best in part sun and well-drained soils and benefits from mulching to keep its roots cool and moist.

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James H. Schutte

(Littleleaf Boxwood)

Littleleaf boxwood is a dense, rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub known for its tolerance to pruning, making it great plant for hedges and topiary. It has small, oval, deep green foliage which turns yellow or brownish (bronze) in winter. The tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Cultivated in Asia since the 1400s, littleleaf boxwood is no longer found in the wild and is today considered of a manmade garden origin. Very adapted to heat and humidity, it grows best in partial sun and well-drained...

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PlantHaven

(Golden Dream Littleleaf Boxwood, Littleleaf Boxwood)

Littleleaf boxwood is a dense, rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub known for its tolerance to pruning, making it great plant for hedges and topiary. It has small, oval, deep green foliage which turns yellow or brownish (bronze) in winter. The tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Cultivated in Asia since the 1400s, littleleaf boxwood is no longer found in the wild and is today considered of a manmade garden origin. Very adapted to heat and humidity, it grows best in partial sun and well-drained...

(Littleleaf Boxwood, True Spreader Boxwood)

True Spreader boxwood is a dense broadleaf evergreen shrub slowly growing into a neat mound that requires little shaping. The glossy foliage emerges soft green and matures to deep green, holding its color all winter. It is not attractive to hungry deer but its tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Very adapted to heat and humidity, 'True Spreader' grows best in partial sun and well-drained soils and benefits from mulching to keep its roots cool and moist. This boxwood cultivar is strongly...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Boxwood)

A slow growing plant, Japanese boxwood is a rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub suitable for foundations, hedges and topiary. The dense glossy foliage is deep green and develops a bronze hue in winter. It is not attractive to foragaing deer but its tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Very adapted to heat and humidity, Japanese boxwood is also quite cold tolerant. It grows best in part sun and well-drained soils and benefits from mulching to keep its roots cool and moist. Although more...

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James H. Schutte

(Green Beauty Japanese Boxwood, Japanese Boxwood)

Green Beauty Japanese boxwood is a compact, slow growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub. New foliage is light green turning darker, glossy green during the summer and bronze in the winter. It is tolerant of a wide range of soils, tolerates drought slightly better than other boxwood and deer will not browse on it. Grow in part sun to part shade as a foundation plant, a low hedge or in a mixed shrub border.

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John Rickard

(Japanese Boxwood, National Boxwood)

National boxwood is a an upright broadleaf evergreen shrub suitable for foundations, hedges and topiary. Introduced by the U.S. Botanical Garden, it grows a bit faster than other Japanese boxwood selections. The glossy foliage is deep green and develops a bronze hue in winter. Stems are upward growing and are wavy, often resmebling a yew. It is not attractive to foraging deer but its tiny fragrant flowers are often visited by bees.

Very adapted to heat and humidity, Japanese boxwood is also quite...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Boxwood, Winter Gem Japanese Boxwood)

Winter Gem Japanese boxwood is a slow growing, rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub with light green foliage in the spring turning glossy, dark green in the summer. Bees are attracted by its non-showy fragrant spring flowers. Tolerant of a wide range of soils, this shrub also grows well is sun and part shade. As with most boxwood, it responds well to pruning and shearing and is best used in mixed borders, as a small hedge or in a formal garden setting.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Boxwood, European Box)

Common box is a dense, rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub grown for its glossy green foliage and neat habit. Native to Europe, North Africa and Turkey, it is a classic hedge and specimen plant in many of the great European gardens. It tolerates shearing and can be shaped in ornamental forms. Its small leaves give the sheared plant a tidy texture.

Common box thrives in partial shade to full shade on fertile, well-drained soil. In alkaline soils, climates with dry, hot summers, and sites in full...

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Boxwood Gardens

(Common Boxwood, Graham Blandy Box)

Graham Blandy box is an upright broadleaf evergreen shrub with glossy foliage emerging bright green in spring and darkening to a deep green. It takes on a columnar form readily and will mature significantly taller than wide, which is unusual for boxwood.

This cultivar prefers full sun to partial shade, tolerating a wide range of soil types appreciating a moist fertile loam, but should not be located in wet soils. Shield it from the cold, drying winter winds in areas with colder winters in its...