A classic, gorgeous choice for a border or planted closer together as a hedge, the Japanese Boxwood is a common shrub used in a wide variety of landscaping displays. Easy to grow and with a good grow rate so you don’t have to wait a lifetime for them to be the size you want; this particular variety of Boxwood shrub is slightly larger than others and is also a somewhat lighter shade of green than other varieties. Boasting a mature height of 5-6 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide in full sun to partial shade and average, slightly cool and moist soil, growing the Japanese Boxwood is as simple as planting it in the ground and establishing a proper root structure. Not only is the dark green foliage gorgeous all year long, in the Spring, small creamy yellow flowers also develop in small clusters that are surprisingly fragrant for their size.
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