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Graham Blandy Boxwood

Buxus sempervirens 'Graham Blandy'

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Graham Blandy Boxwood

Buxus sempervirens 'Graham Blandy'

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Special Features
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Deer Resistant
Easy Care
Tolerates Acidic Soil

Botanical Name

Buxus sempervirens 'Graham Blandy'

Outdoor Growing zone

5-9

Mature Height

5-15

Mature Width

1-2

Sun needs

Full Sun

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The Graham Blandy Boxwood is a unique and very special variety of the American boxwood that grows naturally into a very slim, upright column of evergreen leaves, just 1 or 2 feet wide, and up to 15 feet tall. Grow it as a powerful vertical accent in the garden or paired on either side of an entrance or garden feature. Use it in a planter or container for height on a small patio or terrace. Create a super-narrow hedge in a limited space or place it among shrubs for a dramatic contrast. This plant is easy to grow, and you will be amazed at how tight the growth is, without any need for trimming. This is a very different boxwood from the plants used for hedges, but it is just as easy to grow from zone 5 all the way into zone 9. For something beautiful and unique, this plant is it.

  • Striking vertical accent plant
  • The slimmest variety of boxwood in existence
  • Forms a tight column up to 15 feet tall
  • Retains its form without trimming
  • Easy to grow in ordinary garden conditions

Grow the Graham Blandy Boxwood in full sun or partial shade. Plant it in any garden soil, just as long as it is well-drained. Fertilize when young with evergreen fertilizer, and water new plants regularly. Once established it is moderately drought resistant, and it rarely suffers from serious pests or diseases. Even deer and rabbits usually leave it alone, and it doesn’t even need trimming. For a powerful effect in your garden, this easy-to-grow plant cannot be beaten.

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