Boxwood Product Information
This evergreen is low-maintenance and easy to grow! Boxwood grows best in zones 5 through 8 and can grow up to five feet tall. It prefers full to partial sun and regular watering.
Japanese Boxwood – The Japanese Boxwood grows best in zones between 6 and 9. They get to be about 5 or 6 feet tall and can reach spreads of up to 6 feet. The low-maintenance requirements of the Japanese Boxwood make these shrubs perfect for the Southern gardener. These shrubs should be planted about 4 feet apart when measuring from center to center and make wonderful privacy hedges along your property border.
Wintergreen Boxwood – The Wintergreen Boxwood can get to be between 2 and 4 feet high and can spread to about 3 and 5 feet wide.