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Outside the Box

Updated: Mar 14, 2023

Boxwood is an enduring, architectural evergreen plant. Traditionally, boxwood is used to edge a garden or to create a parterre (Dividing the soil into defined areas). Boxwood's persistent nature makes it a great candidate for a lasting and well defined edging.


A BOXWOOD HEDGE DEFINES A PARTERRE OF ROSES AND EVERGREENS

Boxwood can be used in many creative ways, like clipping it into a topiary. Globes and other sculpted forms are used as focal points or accents.


CLIPPED BOXWOOD GLOBES AND TOPIARY CREATE FOCAL POINTS AND ACCENTS

Thinking outside the box allows us to use this plant in more organic ways to create patterns and forms that are delightfully pleasing. Boxwood can be used to express negative space, the space between the plants.

ORGANIC FORMS OF BOXWOOD DEFINING THE SPACE IN BETWEEN

Here boxwood lends a modern and unique design to this residential entry. So remember, when using this wonderful evergreen perennial have fun and think outside the box.

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