- INSIGNIFICANT, GREEN-YELLOW-CREAM FLOWERS ARE FRAGRANT
- DULL, SMALL, DARK GREEN LEAVES TURN BRONZY-GREEN IN THE FALL
- ROUNDED HABIT
- BLOOM TIME: EARLY SPRING
Boxwoods can tolerate full sun to full shade, dry to drought conditions, and a range of soil types. They can be pruned any time of the year and used for topiary, hedging, and stand-alone specimens. You
This boxwood cultivar is a Canadian introduction, part of the Sheridan 'Green Series' developed and introduced by Sheridan Nurseries, Ontario.