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Garden Centre Topiary Display

Frank Organ

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Pregrown topiary balls and other shapes are very popular in English garden centers. Box (Buxus spp.) and Sweet Bay (Laurus nobilis), U.S. climate zones 8 to 10, are favorites, though other species such as Photinia 'Red Robin' (Photinia x fraseri 'Red Robin'), zones 7 to 9, are also available.Box topiary is usually trimmed in May for the first time when the new spring growth has sprouted. To keep their tight shapes, topiaries are then clipped again in midsummer.

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