Buxus Sempervirens Cone Topiary 48-54"
Buxus sempervirens, commonly known as the Common Boxwood, is a versatile evergreen shrub with dense foliage that can be pruned into various shapes, including cone topiaries. Here are some of the characteristics of a Buxus sempervirens cone topiary:
- Height: A 48-54" cone topiary is typically around 4-5 feet tall, making it a great choice for garden beds, entryways, and patios.
- Shape: A cone topiary has a conical shape that gradually tapers towards the top, giving it a neat and formal appearance.
- Foliage: Buxus sempervirens has small, glossy, dark green leaves that are oval in shape and densely packed, providing a lush and verdant look to the cone topiary.
- Growth rate: Buxus sempervirens is a slow-growing shrub, which means that a cone topiary will maintain its shape and size for many years with regular pruning.
- Hardiness: Buxus sempervirens is hardy in USDA zones 5-8, which means it can withstand cold winters and hot summers in these regions.
- Maintenance: A Buxus sempervirens cone topiary requires regular pruning to maintain its shape and size, as well as watering and fertilizing to promote healthy growth.
- Versatility: Buxus sempervirens can be pruned into a variety of shapes and sizes, making it a versatile choice for topiaries in different styles and designs.