Boxwood topiary

Enhance the natural beauty of your home with stunning boxwood topiary. Discover creative ways to incorporate these elegant plants into your indoor and outdoor spaces for a fresh and timeless look.
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The word topiary refers to the art of training and trimming trees into unique shapes. Season after Season, topiaries remain one of my favorite plants to fill our home with. From lush, full, and round topiaries like live boxwood, to thin and more bare-like olive and herb topiaries. Though hard to keep alive, I enjoy filling our home with any and all forms! I've been receiving some questions about topiaries lately and I thought this would be the perfect time to share the best real and faux…

How a single picture started topiary-mania.... - The Enchanted Home Flowers, Gardening, Fence, Ideas, Plants, Topiary Plants, Garden Plants, Topiaries, Garden

Hi there, I saw a picture last week on Instagram that triggered a bit of an obsessive compulsion to find something………myrtle topiaries. I can thank (or not) Loi from Tone? on Tone as being the culprit behind this unexpected case of topiary-mania and yes that is a word (at least as of today). So here …

J. Kevin Baker
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Boxwood Topiary DIY Materials: string scissors clippers bamboo stakes boxwood plant (make sure it’s mostly growing vertically) soil, pot moss (optional) Step 1: Start by inserting the boxwood plant into your pot and pack it with dirt. Step 2: Clip off the branches from the base of the trunk. Decide how much top bush you’d […]

Sam Hayes
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A new planting project is underway at my Bedford, New York farm. I love boxwood, Buxus, and have hundreds of shrubs growing on my property. I use boxwood in borders and hedges, as privacy screens, as accent plants in my formal gardens, and of course in the long allee to my stable. When I can,

Nicole Brown