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  • Megan

    Boxwoods This deer resistant evergreen shrub works well in landscape plantings, mass plantings, hedges, formal gardens, and as a border. Boxwoods are slow growing but can get 3ft to 5ft tall and up to 3ft to 4ft wide. Plant in full sun to full shade. Hardiness zones 4 to 9. One of the most common types of shade hedges is the boxwood. Widely adaptable to different soil types. The dense foliage of these shade hedges gives the impression of a continuous surface, and will be present year round.

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  • Sofia Rodriguez-Luis

    Boxwood hedge- in lower-tier new rectangular planters along West perimeter.

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Boxwoods This deer resistant evergreen shrub works well in landscape plantings, mass planltings, hedges, formal gardens, and as a border. Boxwoods are slow growing but can get 3ft to 5ft tall and up to 3ft to 4ft wide. Plant in full sun to full shade. Hardiness zones 4 to 9.

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'Highlander' Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens 'Highlander'): Fast growing, upright shrub. dark green foliage holds its color all winter. Leaves are slightly larger than common boxwood, feature the same dark green. Can grow 2 feet+ per year. pyramidal growth habit makes it good choice for flanking entries. Full sun to light shade and moist, well-drained soil. 6-7 feet tall, 3-1/2 feet wide. Zones: 5-9

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