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Boxwood Winter Gem Hedge

Boxwood Winter Gem Hedge

Noted for keeping its good green color through winter (while most boxwood have a tendency to "bronze" which makes them look like they have severe winter freeze damage). Shows good resistance to the main pests of boxwoods: 1) leaf miner; 2) psyllids; 3) mites. Trouble-free, low care. An occasional shear to maintain the form you like, is all that is required. Use as a low, formal hedge, or mass together for an excellent ground cover. Mature at 2-3' tall and 2-3' wide. Neither deer nor rabbits will eat Winter Gem. Recommended for zones 5-9.

Botanical Name: Buxus microphylla var. japonica 'Winter Gem'

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  • 64482
    Ships in Fall
  • DORMANT 12-18"
    Packed 5 per bag.
  • 64493
    Ships in Fall
  • DORMANT 12-18"
    Packed 10 per bag.
  • 69548
    Ships in Fall
  • DORMANT 12-18"
    Packed 1 per bag.

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  • Planting Instructions :

    Tolerant of the sun, but performs best in partial shade. Hot sun and dry soil combination may produce dull foliage color Plant Instructions Descor scorched leaves.
  • Soil Moisture :

    Fertile, well drained soil in partial shade.
  • Will Tolerate :

    Acidic Soil, Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Pruning Instructions :

    Prune as needed to shape in late spring
  • Winter Care :

    Protect from drying winter winds
  • Watering Requirements :

    Regular-water weekly or more often in extreme heat

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