Garden Ornaments: The Boxwood

The formal elegance and low-maintenance of this hedge places it amongst the top choices for landscape curb appeal. There is something luxurious about boxwoods that are well kept and shaped, potted or lining a pathway. Boxwood was introduced to North America from Europe in the mid-1600's and reached its peak popularity in the United States during the early 19th century and again during the Colonial Revival era. 

I love the simple elegance of a stylish hedge. They add structure and form and a sense of calming repetition. Transform your place to an oasis away from the rest of the world. Here are some great ideas to add uniqueness and timelessness to your garden.

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