1,082 Formal Boxwood parterre. Home Design Photos

Lewis Aquatech
21 Reviews
Potomac Estate
thanks for the quick reply and info! Not sure if I can grow that kind of boxwood in zone 9b, but it looks gorgeous!!
Golden colored shrubs are Buxus sempervirens "Elegantissima' Elegantissima boxwood Installed at 18-21"
Love the formal, updated design. Love the use of contrasting light green/variegated hedging
large formal estate, few varities of plantings
“Like the trees surrounding the house” — mihon
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
mature Carolina Cherry and Japanese Blueberry. Must do the dwarf boxwood hedge for a formal border.
this house has a great formal look to it's gardens
boxwood under the laurel hedge
“magnolia trees” — lrwojcicki
Lencioni Construction
1 Review
Georgian Cottage
Perhaps too formal, although Brookefield is a formal house. Most important about this photo is I like the idea
love having boxwoods, but these are too manicured
Stone and boxwoods - nice and clean
“is it cheaper to do shorter windows with the siding underneath?” — AWM Designs
Mariani Landscape
1 Review
English Jewel Box
White hydrangea with boxwood....Boxwood garden...Love the boxwoods, gravel, hydrangeas...colour scheme. formal/romantic mix
“garden colours” — muireannm
Wheat's Landscape
Mass planting of lavender inside formal boxwood hedge.
Shutters on formal house...Boxwoods, knee high wall
“roof” — go4mom
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
32 Reviews
English Tudor Estate & Garden
pavers, parterre entry...the boxwood edged
“pavers” — Tansy Brosnahan
Land Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Formal Bluestone Terrace with Boxwood Hedge
Formal Bluestone Terrace with Boxwood Hedge
Thanks for asking. 'Green Mountain' Boxwood
Formal gardens and lawns--contrast between close details and open vistas
Technically, boxwood can get to about 10 feet high and 10 feet wide, but it is a very slow-growing plant.Benefits and tolerances: Boxwood is somewhat drought
Botanical name: Buxus sempervirensCommon name: BoxwoodUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: This plant is quite drought tolerant.Light
“Amazing structure” — janemhw
Charlesworth Design
3 Reviews
Country House garden
formal borders...formal planting...formal terrace
“nic” — saleemsahaheen
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