Boxwood is an evergreen that has been used as a decor for a landscape designs throughout the long period already and is used for making hedges and graceful landscapes. Boxwood shrubs are more suitable for extensive yards as they create a lot of shadow. A lot of varieties of boxwood plants exist but in gardening the most commonly used is evergreen (Buxus sempervirens). This boxwood’s type grows in natural conditions in the Mediterranean region.
Boxwood plantation does not require special skills or knowledge in horticulture. When choosing plants set before to buy flushes in the containers. Pay attention to the colour of the leaves and shoots, they should be green and lush; yellow spots on the leaves mean that the plant will die soon. Plantation is better to be done at the sunless day. Choose the future spot for boxwood carefully; consider what function you want it to have and on this basis decide the best spot for boxwood shrub in your garden.
Compost is needed when planting the boxwood. It should be mixed up profoundly with the soil. After the plant is inside the ground it has to be watered intensively. Saplings easily adapt to a new place and their roots quickly become implanted. Mulching and watering are essential for boxwood if you want to get a robust, long-living and pretty plant.