Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm
Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm
Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm
Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm

Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm

Buxus semp Pyramid 90-100cm

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Buxus semp Pyramid 100cm 2 for 190 save 9.90

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Buxus sempervirens, commonly known as Boxwood, is a popular evergreen shrub admired for its dense foliage and versatility in various garden settings. It is a sought-after plant in the Irish climate, known for its adaptability and reliability.

Height/Spread: Boxwood typically reaches a height of 3-6 feet (90-180 centimeters) with a spread of 3-6 feet as well, making it suitable for both hedging and ornamental purposes in Irish gardens.

Position: Boxwood thrives in a variety of positions within the Irish climate. It prefers a spot with partial shade to full sun exposure. It can tolerate both sheltered areas and windy conditions, making it adaptable to various garden locations.

Soil: Boxwood is versatile when it comes to soil types in the Irish climate. It prefers well-draining soil but can tolerate a range of soil conditions, including clay and loam. However, ensuring good soil drainage is essential for its optimal growth.

Flowering Season: Boxwood is not primarily known for its flowers but for its evergreen foliage, which remains attractive year-round. However, it may produce small, inconspicuous yellow-green flowers in late spring to early summer.

Uses: Boxwood is a versatile plant widely used in the Irish climate. It can be utilized for hedging, creating formal garden structures, or as an ornamental shrub in borders, containers, and topiary. Its dense foliage and ability to be pruned into various shapes make it an ideal choice for adding structure and defining spaces in gardens. Additionally, Boxwood provides year-round interest and is known for its resistance to pests and diseases, making it a reliable and low-maintenance option for Irish gardeners.

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