Box or buxus are used in all areas of the garden and landscape. From topiary to hedging. We tend to stick with buxus sempervirens for hedging plants. There are slower growing forms but with all box being slow or slowish sempervirens performs best as a hedge. It has a nice bushy habit and grows quite vigorously to form a hedge fairly quickly. Having experimented with slower forms we feel the slower suffruticosa forms with their very tight leaves get fungus easier. If you can wait till October and plant before April you can save a fair amount and get them bare root or rootballed. They can be clipped any time but most often they get the clip in mid summer after the spring flush.
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Box hedging, 10-15cm high. For the patient gardener who doesn't mind waiting and enjoys watching plants grow. Very easy planting, all you need is small trowel. The idea is 1 pack per metre of hedge. Learn More
Box hedging, this is a fantastic option for a starter hedge at a great price. aprox 15cm high now chunky little monkey and very easy planting option. 1 Tray of 24 plants will cover 3-4m of hedge Learn More