Box Hedging

Box Hedging from Hedging Plants

By: Hedging Plants  28/09/2010
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(Buxus Sempervirens)
The English Box hedge is a formal hedging plant that can tolerate many soil conditions. Suitable for shady or full sun areas, although it is advisable to plant in moist soil when under full sunlight. Do not allow young plants to dry out.

Plant approximately 25-30cm apart. Easy to maintain and can be clipped into formal topiary shapes. Box can also be successfully grown in containers. Visit our website for the latest special offers!

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