Winter Gem boxwoods are dense and compact, and stay bright green throughout the winter if not too exposed.

Winter Gem boxwoods are dense and compact, and stay bright green throughout the winter if not too exposed.

Monrovia's Winter Gem Boxwood details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Monrovia's Winter Gem Boxwood details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Winter Gem Boxwood bright green.  koreana ‘Winter Gem’) is a cultivar of the Littleleaf Boxwood, known for its light, lime-green leaves, which usually maintain their color through the winter season.

Winter Gem Boxwood bright green. koreana ‘Winter Gem’) is a cultivar of the Littleleaf Boxwood, known for its light, lime-green leaves, which usually maintain their color through the winter season.

Perfectly fit for small hedges when planted in multiples, Winter Gem boxwood also works well potted in planters. During the winter, this evergreen will take on a golden bronze coloring, then change back to bright green in the spring. Winter Gem boxwood thrives in both partial and full sun settings.

Perfectly fit for small hedges when planted in multiples, Winter Gem boxwood also works well potted in planters. During the winter, this evergreen will take on a golden bronze coloring, then change back to bright green in the spring. Winter Gem boxwood thrives in both partial and full sun settings.

Boxwood. We had one of these in my front yard growing up, too. I loved to touch it and feel the fluffiness of it, and I loved watching it grow each year.

Boxwood. We had one of these in my front yard growing up, too. I loved to touch it and feel the fluffiness of it, and I loved watching it grow each year.

Get the look: Pair of good-sized, cone-shaped boxwood (Winter Gem Boxwood) + cascades of English Ivy + dark and light hued ornamental cabbages + orange and yellow crotons

Get the look: Pair of good-sized, cone-shaped boxwood (Winter Gem Boxwood) + cascades of English Ivy + dark and light hued ornamental cabbages + orange and yellow crotons

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