Buxus Rotundifolia Plant Pot 7cm

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Generality of the Buxus Rotundifolia plant:

The Buxus Rotundifolia plant is a shrub or small evergreen tree, native to Europe, Japan and the slow-growing, very long-lived Himalayan plateau; it is widely used as a single plant or as a hedge plant, the dwarf varieties are very popular, as they form very decorative rounded cushions. It has dark and wrinkled bark, tending to brown-greyish on mature wood, paler on young wood; the foliage is usually very leafy and compact with small, ovate, leathery leaves, which give off a strong aroma if rubbed.

Buxus Rotundifolia Plant Online Sale, available in the following formatsi :

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

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Buxus Rotundifolia Plant Online Sale, available in the following formats:

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm

Generality of the Buxus Rotundifolia plant:

The Buxus Rotundifolia plant is a very elegant shrub, used very often for the formation of hedges or in topiary art. The foliage is composed of small, ovate, leathery leaves, which give off a strong aroma when rubbed. In spring it produces clusters of yellowish flowers, insignificant but very fragrant; in summer rounded fruits, consisting of woody capsules containing small seeds. Boxwood grows slowly, adapts well to shaded positions and to most of the soils, while in conditions of excessive soil humidity and a lot of wind it has difficulty in resistance. Boxwood was already used in classical gardens, such as those of castles, palaces and villas but even today we often find it in our modern gardens as a fixed point. Think for example of the elegant formal gardens that can be found in companies: boxwood is a symbol of reliability, loyalty and class. It is therefore not surprising that more and more people want to have a box hedge in their garden. In a garden, boxwood is generally a low, well-formed hedge plant that is simple to plant and prune, which suits any environment

Buxus Rotundifolia Plant Care and Cultivation:

Boxwood is a very hardy plant and does not make a lot of demands on its cultivation. Growing boxwood is easy, in fact this plant also grows well on dry and stony soil, the important thing is that it is a soil without water stagnation. The only requirement is the pruning that serves to give the plant the shape required for setting up borders, hedges or ornamental shapes. There are different ways of growing boxwood, this plant lends itself well to pruning so much so that it is very common in typical Italian gardens.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Slow
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