Wintergreen Boxwood (Korean Boxwood) is a handsome evergreen shrub that responds very well to shearing making it a designers choice for foundation plantings, as formal hedges or to accentuate an entryway.

Wintergreen Boxwood (Korean Boxwood) is a handsome evergreen shrub that responds very well to shearing making it a designers choice for foundation plantings, as formal hedges or to accentuate an entryway.

The integrated breakfast nook offers impressive views of the gardens. It features antique chairs from the couple’s former abode and a new table from Holland & Company. Breakfast room views consist of immaculate gardens, including these ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas with a Korean boxwood hedge.

The integrated breakfast nook offers impressive views of the gardens. Breakfast room views consist of immaculate gardens, including these ‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas with a Korean boxwood hedge.

Winter Gem Korean Boxwood Qty 60 Live Plants by JJGardenBoutique

Winter Gem Korean Boxwood Live Plants Fast Growing Cold Hardy Evergreen Hedge

Winter Gem Korean Boxwood Qty 60 Live Plants by JJGardenBoutique

falkner gardens :: garden terrace at Mountain Brook, Alabama residence

falkner gardens :: walled courtyard garden terrace at Mountain Brook, Alabama residence featuring low boxwood hedge in front of arborvitae screen

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Planting Boxwood Hedges

Step-by-Step Instructions for Planting Boxwood Hedges: I selected Korean boxwoods for their hardiness, small leaves and compact form.

Limelight hydrangea behind a Korean boxwood hedge

Limelight hydrangea behind a Korean boxwood hedge. This is a similar look to what would be planted along the two front beds. The hydrangeas would be a fuller variety that bloom in early summer

Tailor Made | Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.     This English Manor-style home is the result of collaborative efforts by Harrison Design, R.J. Stewart Inc., landscape architect John Howard and SmithBoyd Interiors. A lushly lined courtyard, swimming pool and adjacent brick pavilion with cedar beams contribute to a feeling of privacy and seclusion.  13 of 13  Next »  « Prev  Close

More formal planting at the front would work with the style of the house - low hedges, box balls, ferns and for colour I would add hydrangea. Would also look to have allium on the sunnier walls.

Wintergreen Korean Boxwood ( Buxus )

Wintergreen Boxwoodbuxus microphylla koreana wintergreen Evergreen shrub best suited for use as a hedge or low growing border.

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