3,766 boxwood Home Design Photos

Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
Ideabooks4,991
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Boxwood and background trees...boxwood hedge italian...Fountain - formal boxwood path...Fountain and boxwood...boxwood walls...Love the boxwoods...fountain with boxwoods around...Shape is boxwoods
“That symetry!” — kaceytigger
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Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Chiltern Estate
Ideabooks3,533
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Boxwood walkway to Japanese maple bed. Front yard off porch
peaceful and love the boxwood hedges under the tree canopy
boxwoods, gate, old trees
“wow - a dream 'my estate'” — kaceytigger
Botanica Atlanta | Landscape Design-Build-Maintain
11 Reviews
Residential Landscaping
Ideabooks501
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That is hardwood mulch around the boxwoods and #89 granite gravel in the pathway.
Spaced boxwood...Ugly way to use boxwoods!...boxwood with roses...like the boxwoods...Round boxwoods...Boxwood arrangement...round boxwoods dotting the landscaping...uh oh---avoid the boxwood-only look
“boxwoods” — stonewall63
Schmechtig Landscapes
5 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
Ideabooks9,402
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actually four of them framing the space. The low hedges are Green Velvet Boxwoods and the taller sheared hedge in the mid-ground is Hicks Yew.
boxwoods to contain the roses & protect from the deer
Parkinson wrote that boxwood hedging "is of excellent use to border up a knot, and a marvellous fine ornament there unto."Boxwood (Buxus sp.) is still
Plants in a classic garden have clean geometry. Clipped greens and hedges of boxwood, Eugenia and privet help define not only the look but also the space — often
makes a beautiful and elegant focal point. Ringed with shrub roses and boxwood shrubs, the sundial has a place of prominence in this formal garden, located
“Small box woods up front with roses and a center statue” — Suzanne Sinclair
Paintbox Garden
7 Reviews
Classic Garden Styles at Colonial Williamsburg
Ideabooks158
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edge gardens with boxwood to frame structures or gardens
Edge gardens with boxwood for year-round good looks. Clipped boxwood can be simple or stylized
Edge gardens with boxwood for year-round good looks. Clipped boxwood can be simple or stylized. Used here as a
Edge gardens with boxwood for year-round good looks. Clipped boxwood can be simple or stylized. Used here as a hedge and
Edge gardens with boxwood for year-round good looks. Clipped boxwood can be simple or stylized. Used here as a hedge and cut to varying heights, it creates
elegant way.For those without a lot of time to devote to gardening, using boxwood as a primary landscape plant will give you a classic foundation that doesn’t
“roof and fits house” — hallie17
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Classic Urn in a courtyard garden
Ideabooks3,027
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question and kind comments on the design. The round shrubs in the picture are boxwood - Buxus sempervirens. Have a great day! Robert Welsch Westover Landscape
Front garden Boxwoods with Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
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
shades of green in this garden full of conical evergreen trees and rounded boxwood shrubs.
impact of rounded forms — the lawn, the curved band of stone, the clipped boxwood balls — encircle the central focal point and makes this garden feel restful
Boxwood balls to define vignette area?
“boxwood - Buxus sempervirens. 1 Kousa dogwood tree, and 2 Picea glauca conica” — nmcontractor
Alan Cooper Architect, PLLC
3 Reviews
Kings Point Residence
Ideabooks1,981
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What are the pink flowers in the middle of the boxwoods?
Round and separate, but touching boxwoods
Can't decide if I like the boxwoods this way
Show Jerry boxwood kept round and separate.
Round boxwoods...boxwood balls...flower in boxwood...I believe they are boxwoods.
“Hedge around bright flowers” — dhyamswade
Garrett Churchill Inc.
New Landscape Huntingdon Valley, Pa
Ideabooks6,922
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What are the plants behind the boxwoods? Thanks!
velvet boxwood. It is a great plant for all the mentioned reasons. It does not need much care. Growth rate is slow to moderate.
“More specifically they are green velvet boxwood. It is a great plant for all the mentioned
Boxwood hedge. Billowing flowers to screen lower windows.
Green velvet boxwoods and spirea neon
“stone by driveway” — eileensblonde
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