About Green Mountain BoxwoodThe Green Mountain Boxwood is a compact, mounded-rouded, densely branched shrub. The leaves are oval shaped and 1/3-1 inch long.
In the winter the Green Mountain Boxwood has a lovely dark green color. This boxwood is a Sheridan hybrid that results from the crossing of Boxus microphylla and Boxus sempervirens resulting in the best characteristics from it's parents.
Green Mountain Boxwood UsesBoxwoods are one of the most functional plants in garden history. You're sure to see them in most landscaping projects. We recommend planting the Green Mountain Boxwood about 5 feet apart and you'll get a nice border with space between plants. If you'd like you can plant them closer together and they will grow together.
|Mature Height (ft)||3 feet|
|Mature Width (ft)||3 feet|
|Scientific Name||Buxus microphylla sheridan hybrid|
|Growth Rate||Slow Grower|
|Recommended Spacing||4 feet|
Green Mountain Boxwood
Green Mountain Boxwood Review by Juliet
- I purchased 20 of the Green Mountain Boxwood. The plants arrived in a very good condition. What you see on the picture is what you get. I already transplanted my plants into a bigger pot and I am buying again another set of 20. (Posted on 5/25/2014)