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Buxus Sempervirens (Common Boxwood) 30/40cm

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Buxus Sempervirens Bareroot: Adding Classic Elegance to Your Garden

Commonly known as common boxwood or European boxwood, is a versatile evergreen shrub native to Europe and parts of Asia. It is known for its dense, compact growth habit, small, glossy green leaves, and its use in formal gardens and landscapes. Here’s a description, information on its usage, and care guidelines:

Features and Versatility of Buxus Sempervirens Bareroot Plants

Appearance: Buxus sempervirens is a slow-growing, dense shrub that can reach heights of 1 to 3 meters (3 to 10 feet), depending on the variety and pruning. It has small, elliptical, leathery leaves that are dark green and maintain their color throughout the year.

Flowers: Inconspicuous greenish-yellow flowers appear in late spring to early summer, but they are not the primary ornamental feature of this plant.

Habitat: Common boxwood is commonly used in formal gardens, hedges, topiaries, and as an ornamental shrub in various landscapes.

Usage of bare-root common boxwood:

Ornamental Plant: Buxus sempervirens is prized for its attractive, evergreen foliage and its ability to be pruned into various shapes. It is used for creating formal hedges, and topiaries, and as a versatile landscaping element.

Topiary: Due to its responsiveness to pruning and shaping, common boxwood is often used to create intricate topiary designs in formal gardens.

Privacy and Border Hedges: It can be used to form dense, low hedges for borders or to define spaces in the garden.

Container Planting: Common boxwood can also be grown in containers, making it suitable for patios and small gardens.

Traditional Use: Historically, boxwood was used for making boxes, musical instruments, and small carvings.

Essential Care Guidelines for Thriving Buxus Sempervirens:

Planting: Plant common boxwood in well-draining soil and a location that receives partial to full sun. Ensure proper spacing for the desired growth.

Watering: Water newly planted boxwood regularly to help establish their root system. Once established, they are moderately drought-tolerant, but consistent moisture is beneficial.

Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the base of the shrub to conserve moisture, regulate soil temperature, and suppress weeds.

Pruning: Regular pruning is necessary to maintain the desired shape and size. Prune in late spring or early summer after the new growth appears.

Fertilization: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in the spring to provide essential nutrients.

Pest and Disease Management: Common boxwood can be susceptible to pests like boxwood leaf miners and diseases like boxwood blight. Regular inspection and proper care can help prevent and manage issues.

Remember that boxwood is a slow grower, and it may take several years to achieve the desired size and shape. Proper care and maintenance are essential to keep it healthy and looking its best. Consult with local gardening experts for advice specific to your region and conditions.

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Actual Height
30-40cm

Growth rate
20/25cm per year

Planting Distance
3/4 per meter

 

Actual Height
30-40 cm

 

Growth Rate
25-30 cm per year

 

Planting Distance
3-4 per meter

 

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