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Large topiary spiral in planter

320.00 In stock

Buxus Spiral 140cm and Black Polystone Planter 45cm x 45cm will add a touch of style and sophistication to any garden, balcony or patio.
This attractive, evergreen Buxus Ball is supplied with
contemporary black terrazzo egg planter to add instant impact and style to any home or garden.

Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens), also called: Common box, European box, Abassian boxwood.
It is a slow growing hardy native evergreen plant with fragrant foliage.
Boxwood flowers are yellow appearing in late spring.
The very dense growth habit and small, glossy dark leaves
of the boxwood make it ideal for low formal hedging and topiary.


Care guide for Buxus
Watering Water regularly which means at least twice a week in dry times.
Clipping Clip the plant to keep the shape.
This should be done before there is too much growth as it will be harder to reshape the plant.
Clipping should be done in the growing season, from May and no later than the end of September.
Feeding Feed the plant every two weeks during the summer, a liquid feed is a good idea but buy one that does not encourage flowering.
If you see the small pale yellow flowers in the early spring remove them from the plant by nipping them out.
If the plant flowers too much it takes the nutrients from the leaves.


Please Note
Topiary tree and planter delivered separately with clear planting instructions.

Product Updated Wed 28 Mar, 2018