I have a privacy boxwood fence that was planted about 50 years ago and now needs to be moved. Is this possible? They are about 12' tall and very wide ... great privacy fence ... hate to loose the bushes. Need anyones advice and answer would be helpful. Thank You ... Rosanne
boxwoods in front of stone retaining wall, trailing plants over wall
ox or boxwood is a wonderful landscape plant. As part of an English garden, it can be trimmed into distinctive forms or left natural. It is also deer-resistant, making it an excellent choice for those areas where deer browsing is a problem.
Added to 10,930 ideabooks Last comment "Love the natural look and the way you are lead down the garden. Works for a wide shallow plot I thin" This photo has 3 questions
The curves, the peacefulness, the boxwood border
what about boxwoods in front, hostas behind, keep my
some boxwood elements, and the trellis as organizing features in the landscape
by low boxwood hedging, mirroring one another on either side of the lawn. Anyone who walks through this opening feels safe and welcome. This detail is similar to path treatments that vary in width, encouraging pedestrians to slow down and admire the garden's sensory gifts.The second curvaceous detail