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Buxus sempervirens

A popular evergreen shrub, Buxus sempervirens is easy to grow and perfect for 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…  More Info

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Lonicera nitida 'Elegant'

…Lonicera nitida 'Elegant' tolerates regular pruning and can even be used as an alternative to traditional Yew plants for creating formal topiary. The creamy white blooms which appear in spring are followed by purple-blue berries that often attract wild birds. This evergreen…  More Info

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Laurus nobilis

…and beneficial insects. The Sweet Bay plant can easily be included in borders, herb gardens or patio containers or grown larger and clipped into topiary or hedging. It looks equally at home in the formal garden or in a more naturalistic scheme and its many uses have seen…  More Info

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Taxus cuspidata 'Dwarf Bright Gold'

…Japanese Yew that has variegated green/yellow needle like leaves. It 'can be planted as a hedge, that can be left to grow informally, or as a shaped topiary hedge. It can also be planted individually to add interesting foliage to a garden border. Female plants grow red…  More Info

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Box (Hedging)

…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 traditionally been used in formal…  More Info

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Ligustrum sinense 'Sunshine'

…that reaches little more than 1.2 metres (4?) at maturity. It makes a superb low hedge and responds well to pruning, making a great choice for topiary too. Height and spread: 120cm (48). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size rather than a defined…  More Info

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