Little Missy Boxwood is a dwarf evergreen shrub with a dense rounded habit and small rounded glossy dark green leaves. Inconspicuous flowers. Prefers sunny to partial shade areas in well-drained soils. Drought tolerant once established. Little Missy is sun tolerant and has high boxwood blight resistance. Type: Shrub Height: 2’ - 2.5’ Spread: 3’ - 3.5’ Spacing: 3’ USDA Hardiness Zone: 5 - 9 Culture: Full Sun, Part Sun Bloom Color: N/A Season of Interest: Year-Round MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low maintena
Buxus microphylla 'Little Missy' PP 24,703' ~ Little Missy Boxwood - 3 GALLON
Gulf Stream Heavenly Bamboo is a beautiful foliage plant that is especially colorful both in spring and fall. The new spring growth is bright red and dramatic, and in fall the leaves turn beautiful vibrant shades of red and orange. The foliage is divided into many small leaflets, giving the plant an airy look like bamboo, but it is not invasive like bamboo can sometimes be. This dwarf plant stays 3 or perhaps 4 feet tall, so it fits well into smaller gardens. It can be grown all around the garde
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A semi-dwarf selection with dense, icy blue foliage on a gracefully branching compact form. The architectural, irregular outline provides great year-round landscape interest. Add to evergreen borders for both form and foliage contrast. Blend into cold hardy islands with unique shrubs and trees. Ideal for use where space is limited. Evergreen.
How Far Away From a House to Plant a Magnolia Tree?. Magnolia trees (Magnolia grandiflora) are evergreens with a high resistance to pests and diseases. They tolerate full or partial sun depending on cultivar and climate. Planting magnolia trees too close to your home may cause problems because of the tree's large ...