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Box Hedging

…creating topiary, hedges and low border edges. The small, glossy green leaves are densely arranged and respond well to regular clipping for a neat finish. Grow this versatile shrub as a box hedge or prune it to create formal shapes, both for containers on the…  More Info

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Buxus sempervirens

…creating topiary, hedges and low border edges. The small, glossy green leaves are densely arranged and respond well to regular clipping for a neat finish. Grow this versatile shrub as a box hedge or prune it to create formal shapes, both for containers on the…  More Info

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Box Pyramid

Buxus also known as Box is a slow growing evergreen shrub with small dark green leaves and is ideal for shaping. Historically box has often been used in formal gardens as low growing hedges to edge flower beds or even to make intricate knot patterns. In recent years…  More Info

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Box (Hedging)

Box hedging is probably one of the best known formal hedging plants; its small, glossy green leaves are densely packed on slow growing, bushy plants. For its use in topiary it is second to none as it will tolerate regular clipping to keep it in shape and has…  More Info

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Hydrangea macrophylla 'Hortbux Blue & Pink'

This compact Hydrangea makes a fabulous floral hedge, offering a showy and disease-free alternative to low-growing box hedging. Hydrangea macrophylla 'Hortbux' comes from US breeding for a free-flowering variety that produces an abundance of mophead blooms from late…  More Info

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Sarcococca hookeriana var. humilis

…it will grow in almost any soil or situation - even those impossible dry shaded spots! A wonderful compact plant for woodland ground cover, or low informal hedges. You can even cut a few stems for a vase indoors! Grows to 60cm (24). Supplied in 9cm pot. Useful links: How to…  More Info

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Sarcococca hookeriana var. digyna

…tough. They relish both partial and deep shade. You'll find you can grow these plants into a low box-like hedge. In fact, many gardeners refer to the Sarcococca as Sweet Box or Christmas Box. Sarcococca hookeriana var .digyna has purple-tinted stems and leaves…  More Info

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Blueberry BerryBux®

…or anywhere where space is at a premium. In areas with acid soils these deciduous shrubs can be planted as a low, fruiting hedge, with the neat, glossy foliage of Box, alongside a bountiful crop of Blueberries. Blueberry BerryBux® is a plant for all seasons -…  More Info

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Lonicera pileata

…traditional Box. Lonicera pileata plants are tough, quick-growing and drought tresistant. Box-leaved Honeysuckle is a low, spreading, evergreen shrub with glossy leaves. The display is enhanced by creamy spring flowers and purple autumn berries. Excellent for low maintenance…  More Info

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Garden Life Hedgehog Natural Habitat House

…inclement weather conditions. The ideal place to put your hedgehog house is out of direct sunlight and winds, preferably in a dry area such as under hedges, shrubs or behind sheds. These are areas that hedgehogs would naturally choose to take shelter, so this will increase…  More Info

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