Here at Creekside Nursery we currently grow three different varieties of Boxwood in various sized containers. "Japanese" Boxwood can cope with heavy frosts and is also able to take full sun, but can handle being planted in light shade as well. They grow densely and can be cut to just about any shape which makes them ideal for formal hedges and topiary work.
"Wintergreen" boxwood is an attractive boxwood whose foliage is bright green when new, and darkens slightly with age. The name derives from this shrub’s ability to maintain its green color during colder months when other varieties may yellow. Mature height is 2-4 ft. with a mature width of 3-5 ft.
"Sprinter" Boxwood has a more upright habit which makes it great for hedging. Its glossy evergreen foliage is attractive year-round and it has excellent hardiness. Great for edging or a low hedge in formal gardens.