< span style = "do-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, without serif;" make-weight: bold; color: #a3047b; "do-size: 1.2em;" >Height Up to 5 meters < /.p >
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Boxwood, specifically the "buxus sempervirens", is a traditional Bush frequently found in the french gardens. It is long long a key element of the large gardens to the French. Its foliage is persistent glazed dark green color. Its growth is slow and steady which allows to easily sharpen "Topiary" way. Boxwood wood is valuable to craftsmen. But beware, the alkaloids it contains make it toxic.
< span style = "foNT-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, without serif. do-size: 1.1em; make-weight: 600; "color: #a3047b;" > Nature of the soil: Sols riches et bien drainés; peut supporter un sol légèrement calcaire, voire un peu acide.
Use: haie, solitaire, topiaire.
Planting: the boxwood in container to plant all year except freeze and heat; in motte boxwood plant in the spring. < /p >
Maintenance tips: for the topiaries prune regularly throughout the year, for hedges, cut early in the summer. For a low hedge, plant feet every 25cm; a high hedge every 80cm.
Diseases, pests and parasites: the little fly: cecidomye, cochineal (treats easily and naturally with Neem Oil *).