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wonder if could create visual "fence" alongside south end of lot doing something like this, if could get cheap enough materials... I think boxwoods are green year round? ??
shrubs make for clean, easy-to-maintain outdoor planters. Boxwoods, for example, require afternoon shade and need to be pruned but require watering only every seven to 10 days — more often if you're having a scorcher.
Distinguishing traits. Boxwood is evergreen and has small glossy green leaves year-round
Start with a simple trio of tall, square planters. Install three clipped boxwood balls. Line them up against a screen or wall and voilà! You've created visual rhythm in a single vignette.
Complement Architecture With ContainersThis designer has used simply planted containers to strengthen the sharp lines of the clear overall design. Boxwood has been tightly clipped to create a strong outline against the wall behind. The planters have been carefully chosen to fit the site, both in material
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what plant did you use to edge the boxwoods?
Pleas. What are the hedge's? Boxwood, Arborvitae? Etc.
The tall hedging to the left is Arborvitae, the lower boxed hedging is Taxus. I believe the hedging further to the rear with the rounded shearing is boxwood or Japanese holly, hard to tell from photo.
Crepe Myrtle in the boxwoods to line driveway
I love the arborvitae hedge wall, the crepe myrtle and boxwoods.
a great use of privet or boxwoods
the statues are raised above the level of the boxwood hedge around them
Verdant lane. Known as an allée in formal garden design terms, a grassy path lined with boxwood hedges and trees makes an enchanting addition to an expansive yard. Crisply trimmed hedges accented with formal statues frames the view here, making the outdoor space seem even more substantial.
Classic Garden Styles at Colonial Williamsburg
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 enclosure while framing the structure in a simple, elegant way.
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. Used here as a hedge and cut to varying heights, it creates enclosure while framing the structure in a simple, elegant
gardening, using boxwood as a primary landscape plant will give you a classic foundation that doesn’t require a lot of upkeep (save for the shearing).
Love the "cat-pee" smell of boxwood. Reminds me of Grandma's garden.
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 enclosure while framing the structure in a simple, elegant way. For those without a lot of time to devote to gardening
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That is hardwood mulch around the boxwoods and #89 granite gravel in the pathway.
round boxwoods dotting the landscaping
uh oh---avoid the boxwood-only look
Ugly way to use boxwoods!
Spaced boxwood...like the boxwoods...Round boxwoods...Boxwood arrangement...boxwood with roses
Great parterre with boxwoods only
boxwood idea for circle?
Simple use of Boxwood
Quaint, boxwoods, walkway, wreaths
Boxwood explosion....boxwood abundance
I like boxwood but not as a boarder like here. Too
“water feature with boxwoods”
water feature with boxwoods
high boxwood around the bse
Use of boxwood...Boxwoods, fountain...boxwood hedges
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
left of the rose garden is a Dwarf Korean Lilac on standard. There are 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
like the center, boxwood, roses, ornament
velvet boxwood but note they're close together and not clipped much....nice informal look
Seventeenth-century English botanist John 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 the chosen favorite in formal gardens today; whether hard clipped or allowed
6. A restrained color palette. 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 becoming the walls of the garden. Flowers such as roses, tulips and peonies
nice use of boxwood and roses with terminus
You can choose shrubs that have a more shorn and formal hedge appeal, such as boxwood (Buxus spp, zones 5 to 9) and holly (Ilex spp, zones 4 to 9), or loosen up a bit with abelia (Abelia spp, zones 6 to 9), viburnum (Viburnum spp, zones 2 to 8) and nandina (Nandina spp, zones 6 to 11). Shrubs with the
size and color will appear more formal, while a variety of shrub and foliage sizes and colors will read as more informal and looser.Shown: Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla japonica)