6,033 boxwood Home Design Photos

Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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This boxwood hedge serves two purposes, one to act as a "Green" guardrail to comply with zoning and also a an architecture form of the space.
species of boxwood is this? Also what is the name of the grass in front of it? Thanks..
wonderful with boxwood. Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.
wonderful with boxwood. Other evergreens create a wonderfully rich, year-round texture palette with boxwood.”
Boxwood with long grass at base... Hummm
Ideas of what to plant with the boxwood.
shaped your boxwood hedge to have a crisp, manicured edge, you may want to have some softer forms adjacent to it for contrast, like mounds of mondo grass. If the boxwood marks a line between lawn and woodland, it is a nice contrast to woodland shrubs with natural undulating silhouettes like rhododendrons.If
“hedge with grasses in front” — caligrl
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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e are boxwoods, not arborvitae. I like boxwoods because the deer do not ever eat them! English boxwoods keep their shapes without trimming. However, you can trim them to keep them a certain size. I clip branches out of the bush so the light gets to the middle of the bush. Sheared boxwoods sometimes
not a Boxwood (Buxus) it's in the Arborvitae family. The latin name is Thuja occidentalis 'Bobazam' (Common name : Mr. Bowling Ball). Here's a link http://www.soonerplantfarm.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/plants.plantDetail/plant_id/1093/index.htm. I really do think that in the photo the leaves look more
more boxwood to me. "Mr. Bowling Ball" has a different texture to it that what I see in the photo but that would be a similar globe shaped shrub.
“round bush” — fivedc
Kim Gamel
4 Reviews
Emerald Green
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If you’d like a smaller evergreen for container gardens or as a hedge, boxwood 'Green Gem' makes a good choice. It's a broadleaf evergreen shrub that forms
Green shrubs all winter. Good for smaller evergreen for container gardens or as a hedge, boxwood 'Green Gem' makes a good choice.
hedge, boxwood green gem, broadleaf evergreen 2 ft spere at maturity
boxwood green gem (buxus) 2 foot sphere, zones 4-9
Boxwood (Buxus 'Green Gem') - Year Round Green
Boxwood - full sun to partial sun
hedge, boxwood 'Green Gem' makes a good choice. It's a broadleaf evergreen shrub that forms a dense 2-foot sphere at maturity.Boxwood(Buxus 'Green Gem')USDA zones: 4 to 9Mature size: 1 1/2 to 2 feet tall and wideLight requirement: Full sun to partial sun Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained
“A” — kailynandryansdad
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Formal Bluestone Terrace with Boxwood Hedge
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front w boxwood and hornbeam smitty
Line the driveway with boxwood shrubbery.
like the boxwood and the European hornbeams
boxwood hedge - drought tolerant needs full sun in northern zone
name: BoxwoodUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: This plant is quite drought tolerant.Light requirement: Partial shade to full sunMature size: 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
“Walkway” — ncsusc80
Wheat's Landscape
Hume
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lilac and boxwood hedge garden with fountain
Boxwood and lavender
Lavender and boxwood for slope
lavender and boxwood
Boxwood border. Hiscox inside
Boxwood lavender garden fountain centerpiece
boxwood, lavender, fountain gravel garden
Lavender and boxwoods
boxwood with lavendar
Lavender and boxwood. Gravel
Boxwood hedge with lavender ...formal
the boxwood frames...love boxwood...boxwood with plants...boxwood lavendar...Boxwood hedges
“Boxwood and lavender” — hammer_girl
The Arrow Shop, Ltd.
Wilmette Residence Landscape
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those boxwoods with an approx 24" spread and so they are spaced about 24"-30" on center. The hydrangeas have an approx 36"-42" spread so there is about 3.5 feet of distance from the wall to the back of the boxwoods.
front of house, hydrangeas and boxwood
Add boxwoods as accents with hyrdrangeas?
boxwoods with an approx 24" spread and so they are spaced about 24"-30" on center. The
Our plan - hydrangeas, boxwoods, pachysandras
“boxwood and hydrangea together” — lef212
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Houzzers Deck the Mantels
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preserved boxwood instread of fake garland
preserved boxwoods in lieu of garland, and I'm so happy with how it turned out," says Becky from the blog This Is Happiness. "It's simple and elegant. I love the square wreath boxwood, and the glass antiqued mercury Christmas tree is a favorite of mine as well."
“christmas” — paulinebaynes
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Boxwood Planters
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egant boxwood makes a great shrub for containers of all sizes as it can be trimmed to hold its shape (use frost-free pots for outdoor use).
maintain boxwoods. Great inspiration. I will assume this in in VT. I have boxwoods in the South. Will clip them a little more now! Of course, I can't maintain the rest of the gardens in your pic. But they are very pleasant to view. Very Southern?!
boxwoods in planters next to planted boxwoods
Boxwoods in pots, older home with porch, country setting
even like the boxwoods in the pots
Boxwood balls. In the ground and in containers
beats boxwood for classic good looks in containers at this time of year, especially by doorways, where it can be dressed up with tiny white lights or left au naturel. For best effect, mix things up with different-size containers and plants, and make sure they're watered on a regular basis throughout
“Bush in pots” — Gigi Williams
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