12,572 globe boxwood Home Design Photos

Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
What is the difference between Korean Boxwood & English Boxwood
I have a boxwood hedge, it's about 18 to 20" tall of the dwarf English boxwood and I'd like to add a couple of globes. Which are the nicer of the two, Buxus Sempervirens sufficosa or Korean. I do
plantDetail/plant_id/1093/index.htm. I really do think that in the photo the leaves look 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.
These 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
“Bowling ball for the front.” — Marguerite Storbo
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Outdoor Living
globe boxwood
“Idea for shed at Kimberly Patio cover style with sides Add front to meet architectural committee re” — ragtop73
Pam Adams
7 Reviews
There appear to be two types of boxwoods. One darker, the other lighter. Does anyone know what they are?
The smaller variety of boxwood is likely Dwarf English Boxwood (Buxus suffruticosa). It is often used in making "knot" gardens like this because it is easy maintain in size and shape.
Creeping Jenny (groundcover to line walkway) With boxwood shrub and hedging to create formal box shape with mulch and 1 specimen filler (japanese maple for example).
Gorgeous landscaping. I love the boxwoods and the topiary.
“I love the look of the small evergreens - they are neat and manicured looking.” — ac150b
9 Reviews
They appear to be Boxwoods. They have been maintained in a 'globe' form. Boxwoods are commonly used in a formal approach like this either as a hedge or sheared into a topiary form. Take a look thru some of our photos of project with Boxwoods if you would like to confirm the look
boxwoods in front of wall and lining driveway
great boxwood. Simple. easy to maintain
“the row of small bushes.” — cityshopper1
Maaike van Diemen interieurontwerp
Maaike van Diemen
Globe boxwoods
“I love how the outdoor furniture looks so comfortable” — paulafrancesprice
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Modern Pool & Garden
We used globe boxwoods in the planters along the walkway. Thanks.
globe boxwood
“Limestone” — barnettj
Melissa Gerstle Design
6 Reviews
City Garden
boxwood globes. boxwood hedge
“Backyard” — jeee
Melissa Gerstle Design
6 Reviews
City Garden
boxwood globes. boxwood hedge
sheared boxwood
“idea for keeping lawncare simplified & a barrier for neighbor's weeds.” — txpam
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