American Boxwood - Buxus Sempervirens for Sale - Brighter Blooms Nursery
great tip to trimming boxwoods | @Mar Jennings
Which boxwood to pick and why. Boxwoods in the front of the house with a small perennial in front of them.
Mix varieties of the same plant. Dwarf English boxwoods growing in the ground surround a terra-cotta pot planted with an American boxwood. Boxwood Basics
American boxwoods in 36-inch concrete pots serve as a low hedge. Potted boxwoods offer formal elegance with little maintenance. This large American variety creates a living wall in a line of concrete planters.
The American Boxwood is one of the best evergreen hedges to add to your property, and they can be potted for porch or patio decor.
Traditional Landscape/Yard with American Boxwood, Fast Growing Trees Bloodgood Japanese Maple, exterior stone floors, Pathway
The pair of boxwood in terracotta pots next to the black cast iron urns is a nice contrast too. Having more green near the porch provides a cooling effect.
P3 #9 Japanese Sky Pencil Holly-can keep at 6' but will mature to 10' - 2-3' wide - either side of front porch