6,036 boxwood Home Design Photos

Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
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boxwood borders would be great out front at the turn around......
Great parterre with boxwoods only
boxwood idea for circle?
Simple use of Boxwood
the boxwood...Boxwood explosion....boxwood abundance
“color” — jazphoto
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Dianne Muyskens
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Hi! I am wondering what kind of boxwood this is - do you happen to know if it is English or American? Thank you so much, what a beautiful garden you've created! Becky Harris
What are the bushes in front of the boxwoods??
boxwood with tree for front of dining room
Four blooming trees framing out boxwood garden
height and shapes of boxwood...white cherries
Boxwood can be left round or merge into a hedge
Boxwood has long been the number-one choice for formal hedges. Because it is evergreen, it can give your garden a verdant structure year-round. It also takes to shaping very well, whether you want to shape a rectangular hedge, conical shrubs, rounded balls or a Bart Simpson–shaped topiary.Photo:
“White tree” — nedienen
Troy Rhone Garden Design
14 Reviews
Window box
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Boxwood hedging. Best in shade or partial shade
'Boxwood hedging has always been the traditional plant used
Boxwood or Box(Buxus spp)Boxwood hedging has always been the traditional plant used in dwarf hedging, and though it has its drawbacks, it is still the best general-purpose plant for this type of hedging. Boxwood can be prone to the fungal disease Cylindrocladium buxicola, or box blight. This is
soil. Boxwood benefits from an application of fertilizer and a mulch after clipping in spring.Good alternatives to box are Japanese holly (Ilex crenata) and box honeysuckle (Lonicera nitida).
“window box, landscape, extension of overhang, covering front steps.” — ckoerpel
K&D Landscape Management
7 Reviews
Farmhouse Fun
Ideabooks2,343
Questions0
concert with boxwood and yew hedges on this farmhouse landscape. A fire pit, Adirondack furniture and plenty of annual flowers are also woven into the fabric of this landscape design.
Boxwood fence to distinguish seating area
fire pit surrounded by gravel and circle of boxwoods
like the boxwood around fire pit
Love the fire pit, gravel and boxwood border
boxwood and green in front of boxwood
“fire pit” — kim6068
Philip Nimmo Design
Luxe West Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks3,514
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shrub is boxwood. If you need help with landscape plants just let me know.
white stone benches, boxwoods in white planters, gravel
Boxwood in boxes for hard scape areas
Definitions of garden/ vegetation used, boxwoods and cypress
fountain, boxwood, benches
like the boxwoods and benches
Fountain with boxwoods and gravel
artificial boxwood in ceremony patip
Varying height boxwoods
by tall boxwoods...too many boxwoods
“landscape” — blakecoyle
Atelier Nelumbo Garden Design
ATELIER NELUMBO PAYSAGISTE
Ideabooks580
Questions0
Boxwoods ling pebble path. This mat be a better look for a Texas courtyard rather than brick
like the cast stone fountain, the use of boxwood, the gravel path--but think this is too formal
Boxwood and fountain - provencal pea gravel and roses
Boxwoods - not so tight of a cut, loose ball
Taller round boxwoods at end points looks so tidy and crisp.
“Boxwoods - not so tight of a cut, loose ball” — Erin Haugerud
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks2,284
Questions4
front Boxwood hedging forms the middle ground and hydrangea with their large white blossoms form the tallest layer. So even in just 3-4 feet a lot of depth can be created
Pachysandra is the low ground cover in front Boxwood hedging forms the middle ground and hydrangea with their large white
like the ground cover and boxwoods
3 layers of green: Pachysandra, Boxwood, Hydrangea
“pelataran rumput” — tyas85
Modern Pool
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love the boxwoods inside tall pillars
mini boxwoods on the table but very modern style. Note how the furniture really ties it off
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. The leaves are dark on top and lighter on
clipped boxwood balls. Line them up against a screen or wall and voilà! You've created visual rhythm in a single vignette.
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 and size, but are similar to the fabric of the garden structure, so they don't dominate the scheme. The formal clipped plantings in the
“Outdoor furniture” — nancyjamil
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