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boxwood buxus

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BOXWOOD
... BOXWOODBOXWOOD Buxus spp. Decline, Dieback, Root Rots, Twig Blight, Cankers (fungi - Armillaria spp., Fusarium spp., Gandoderma spp., ... bushy, dark and may have knots or galls on them. Fumigate planting site before replanting boxwood in infected soil. Root Knot (nematode - Meloidogyne spp.): Plants usually lacking vigor are often stunted ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - L
... BLUESTEM Schizachyrium scoparium--Little Bluestem LITTLE-LEAF COTONEASTER Cotoneaster microphyllus--Little-leaf Cotoneaster LITTLELEAF BOXWOOD Buxus microphylla--Littleleaf Boxwood LITTLELEAF LILAC Syringa microphylla--Littleleaf Lilac LITTLELEAF LINDEN Tilia cordata--Littleleaf Linden LITTLELEAF PEASHRUB ...
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Which plants need to be grown outdoors? - Bonsai
... trained as bonsai are dwarf spruce (picea), false cypress (chamaecyparis), holly (ilex), ivy (hedera) and boxwood (buxus).         Bonsai FAQ Page GardenWeb Home Page | Forums | Bonsai Forum Join | Garden Forums | Home Forums | Exchanges ...
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topiary and the best plant?? - Topiary Forum - GardenWeb
... :39 Without question, the de facto standard for topiary throughout history has been English Boxwood (buxus sempervirens suffruticosa). Japanese boxwood (buxus microphylla japonica) and its cultivars are a very close second, and are hardier ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Finds—What's New and Where to Get It
... . Boxwood: An Illustrated Encyclopedia available at www.boxwoodsociety.org Boxwood: An Illustrated Encyclopedia covers more than 1,000 temperate-zone boxwood (Buxus) cultivars. Its author, Lynn R. Batdorf, is the cultivar registrar for the American Boxwood Society (ABS) and also manages the boxwood ...
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100 Garden Tips and Timesavers
... , the deer may just move on without venturing further into the garden. Woody plants like boxwood (Buxus), spireas (Spiraea), rhododendrons, and blue spruce (Picea pungens); annuals such as ageratum, celosias, cleomes, marigolds ...
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Boxwood
... Boxwood Boxwood - Buxus sp. General Information: Boxes are densely branched shrubs native to Europe and Asia. A hedge ... the winter. It is a low, spreading variety, growing to only 3 feet. Buxus microphylla 'Morris Midget': Morris Midget boxwood. Buxus sempervirens: common box, English box - this box can grow to 25 feet ...
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Major Diseases of Boxwood
... Buxus sempervirens cv. 'Suffruticosa') and American boxwood (B. sempervirens cv. 'Arborescens') are susceptible to this disease, which is caused by the fungus Phytophthora parasitica. The disease has also been observed in littleleaf boxwood (Buxus ...
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Floridata: Buxus microphylla
... Buxus microphylla Common Names: littleleaf boxwood, small-leaved boxwood, boxwood Family: Buxaceae (boxwood family) Get link to Profile# 910 (click for data record) e-mail this page 'Winter Gem', a cultivar of littleleaf boxwood ... , but only two are commonly found in cultivation: this one and common boxwood (Buxus sempervirens). But those two species have given us hundreds of botanical varieties, ...
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JC Raulston Arboretum - Boxwood Collection
... Arboretum - Boxwood Collection Boxwood Collection The boxwood (Buxus) collection at the JCRA is acknowledged by American Boxwood Society members as one of the most important ones in the United States. As ... ones of historical importance. The JCRA participates in the National Boxwood Trials, and in 2001, was represented on the Boxwood Expedition to the Republic of Georgia. In our area, boxwoods ...
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