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  • Ryann Adel

    Pretty sure we have these English boxwoods in our front yard.

  • Tara O'Connor

    Dwarf English boxwoods in 16" clay pots. Cannot grow these in NY in pots. Too cold. But have 3 of them in the slope garden. Had to transplant last year, did not like wet feet out front on pathway. They came back but had to prune back dead branches severely. Prefer the well drained slope on west side. Love to find a way to plant them out front for evergreen color.

  • Hollie Ford

    English Boxwoods in Terra Cotta Pots

  • Jonna Macabenta

    Terracotta potted plants.

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