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Golden Dream Boxwood PP16052 Buxus microphylla ‘PEERGOLD’

This compact, rounded shrub has bright green foliage edged in a golden yellow. This slow-growing evergreen will reach 2 feet tall at maturity. Thrives in moist, well-drained soil. Performs year-round in perennial gardens and in mixed containers.

Baby Gem Boxwood PP21159 Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Gregem’

This fine-textured, broadleaf evergreen grows as tall as it is wide, reaching a maintainable size of 4 feet tall by 4 to 5 feet wide and resembling a little green muffin. It’s a compact Boxwood excellent for use in smaller gardens, borders and focal areas.

Garden Debut® boxwood foliage makes for elegant home décor. Preserved or fresh trimmings can be used as garland in the wintertime, to make wreaths, or incorporated as baby or wedding shower decoration. For example, sticking boxwood twigs into craft store Styrofoam domes creates a festive place setting. Place the domes in the bottom of a small teacup or bowl, and style the boxwood trimmings densely and evenly across the top of the dome. Place cards can then be nestled into the foliage, making a charming tablescape.

A few boxwood sprigs can also be used as green garnish for gift-wrapping, or to add depth to a flower arrangement or bouquet. The possibilities are endless when creativity is allowed to blossom!

Emerald Knoll® Boxwood PP24443 Buxus x ‘RLH-BI’

This low, mounding, spreading Boxwood features a rich, emerald color that holds throughout winter and does not bronze. It is resistant to diseases and insects and is extremely hardy for the genus. It is a moderate grower, reaching 1.5 to 2 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide.

Baby Jade™ Boxwood PPAF Buxus microphylla var. japonica ‘Grejade’

This fine-textured, broadleaf evergreen grows as tall as it is wide, reaching a maintainable size of 3 feet and resembling a little green muffin. It’s a compact sport of Baby Gem Boxwood with smaller leaves and is excellent for use in smaller gardens, for borders, and focal areas.

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2016 Garden Debut® Catalog