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In ancient times the Boxwood was a sign of royalty or a luxurious lifestyle, queens and kings where know to have amazing garden full of Boxwood hedges and would have the Japanese Boxwood Shrub Plant growing in containers to add beauty and class to the otherwise generic courtyards. A favorite use of the Chinese Boxwood Evergreen Shrub Plant is to display the plants in ornamental containers.

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How-To Plant Japanese Boxwoods

��The Japanese Boxwood Evergreen Shrub Plant is an excellent landscape specimen that is often used in formal landscape gardens. The Japanese Boxwood Evergreen Shrub Plant makes it an excellent bedding specimen for cities and municipalities. Picture taken in Newtown, Connecticut. Although the Japanese Boxwood Evergreen Shrub Plant is a very slow growing plant, it is easy to transplant and survives in a wide variety of climates and soils. Japanese Boxwood Shrubs are evergreen and bring color to winter landscapes. The Japanese Boxwood Shrub above was found in Newtown, Connecticut in January 7th, 1809 after a major snow storm. You can buy your Japanese Boxwood Evergreen Shrub Plants from the Ty Ty Nursery today!


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Japanese Boxwood Shrub April 8, 2015
Reviewer: ellen banks from townsend, GA United States  
They were surprisingly small, but quite healthy.

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