A very small boxwood with a regular rounded habit needing no clipping. Click image below to enlarge. Grows 4” to 6” a year. Acceptable for a big cloud hedge. Dense upright form with, Perfect for those who don’t relish pruning. Beautiful left natural or pruned. Deep green and, rounded leaves make a beautiful hedge or background plant. Buxus microphylla "Faulkner" (Little leaf boxwood) B. microphylla Faulkner has a more compact dense growth than the tradition boxwood. Zone: 6-9. Size: 4’ x 3’ Conditions: Sun/Part sun. The variety of our boxwoods permits the customer to shop for a six-foot tall hedge or miniature Morris Midgets for bonsai collections. The same-size shrubs planted in pots look twice as large as those in the ground, giving more impact. japonica ‘National’. × Faulkner Boxwood Growing and Maintenance Tips. even in shade. Apr 13, 2019 - This slow growing, dwarf habit means less pruning! Variety or Cultivar 'Faulkner' _ 'Faulkner' is a slow-growing, upright, dense, evergreen shrub will small, oval to rounded, dark green leaves, light green when young and flushed bronze in winter. Thinning is not necessary on this cultivar. Faulkner is an essential plant for formal hedges! FAULKNER BOXWOOD Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner' A dwarf evergreen with bright glossy green foliage that becomes tinged with bronze in winter. Arranged in opposite pairs along the stems, the leaves are green to … Buxus Faulkner, or Dwarf Japanese Box (Buxus microphylla ‘Faulkner’) is a smaller growing hedge with deep green foliage all year round, even in the coldest conditions. Item #431654 Model #013705GL. "Compacta" is hardy in USDA zones 6 through 9. Buxus sempervirens is an evergreen shrub or small tree growing up to 1 to 9 m (3 to 30 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 20 centimetres (8 in) in diameter (exceptionally to 10 m tall and 45 cm diameter). and hottest summers. The larger the container, the more soil it holds and the less often you have to repot or water. 50. Thinning is not necessary on this cultivar. Buxus microphylla “Faulkner” Faulkner is a slow growing small evergreen shrub. Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner'. Vigorous grower when young. Glossy, bright green foliage is densely packed, and takes on a rich bronze tinge during the winter. ‘Winter Gem’ is very similar to the cultivars ‘Wintergreen’ or ‘Faulkner’. Typically grows up to 3-5 ft. tall and wide (90-150 cm). 8″ pot size. Slow growing dwarf form means less shearing at maturity. as a hedge, specimen, or container plant. compacta (Kingsville dwarf boxwood) and similar cultivars are frequently used for bonsai. BUXUS FAULKNER- DWARF JAPANESE BOX 50mm Pot NEW! Insignificant, yellow-green flowers bloom in spring. Excellent for a hedge or topiary. Weather Tolerance. This variety of European box is almost a perfect shape without pruning. Firethorns are thorny evergreen shrubs, planted mostly for their abundant fruits, which rippen in the autumn, have amazing colours, pending variety. Boxwoods can tolerate full sun to full shade, dry to drought conditions, and a range of soil types. $26.98 . Overview. Buxus microphylla ‘Faulkner’ bare root plants are grown in the soil in the field, they are a low-cost way of establishing new hedges as no pots or compost are needed. ‘Winter Gem’ tolerates more radical pruning if the plant has outgrown its desired size. Those are often mistaken for hollies owing to their foliage appearance. See more ideas about landscape design, backyard landscaping, front yard landscaping. Oval, glossy, bright green leaves are densely packed on this compact shrub and become bronze tinged in winter. Buxus microphylla var. Petit leaves with a neat ruffly appearance. It’s hardy, keeps its size, and does well in clay soil – which is very important here in Georgia and other places in the South and Southeast. ‘Winter Gem’ is very resistant to boxwood leafminer and very tolerant to boxwood blight. Shiny leaves and an upright habit make this a great development in hedges. Deep green leaves bronze slightly in the winter. It tends to fill out right to the ground and therefore doesn't necessarily require facer plants in front. This slow growing, dwarf habit means less pruning! Boxwoods are such a versatile shrub that can be used in pairs or even alone in containers next to a door. USDA Z5 - Cold Hardy to -10 to -20 (F) A very small boxwood with a regular rounded habit needing no clipping. Full sun exposure may scorch the foliage. Pyramidal English Boxwood Feature Shrub in Pot (Lw02707) Item #146935 Model #NURSERY. First check the rate of growth for the species you are planting. Faulkner Boxwood will grow to be about 4 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 3 feet. It has looser foliage. Please allow up to 2 business days for your order to be processed. Faulkner Boxwood Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner' Sku #1370. Check Other Stores closed. The flowers are born in the leaf axis but unnoticeable for the eye. The flowers will produce a load of bright red berries which will bring the ideal Christmas feeling in the winter. Winter Gem Boxwood - 10 Live Plants - 2" Pot Size - Buxus Microphylla Japonica - Fast Growing Cold Hardy Formal Evergreen Shrub Brand: Florida Foliage. How to get your product. Mature size is still unknown as it was only found in 1989, but won’t be huge. Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner' Item 1370. Easy to grow and maintain. The foliage retains its rich color most of the year, becoming bronze-tinged in cold winter weather. APPEARANCE: Small evergreen shrub with dark green glossy leaves and tight round foliage.Extremely cold hardy. It is important to know which boxwood works best for you by doing some research on its particular size, shape, growth rate, and hardiness. Because of its height, it is often used as a 'thriller' in the 'spiller-thriller-filler' container combination; plant it near the center of the pot, surrounded by smaller plants and those that spill over the edges. Common English box. $219.00. Currently unavailable. Evergreen. Probably the fastest growing boxwood we offer at 8-12” per year. More tolerant of alkaline soil and drier conditions than English boxwood. This gives it a distinct advantage over Common Boxwood (Buxus Sempervirans), which can suffer in freezing weather and full sun. Perfect for those who don’t relish pruning. Dwarf boxwood with blue green foliage. Quantity. choice for the herb knot or use as a container plant. Blue leaves, The soft colored foliage of this box makes a striking addition. Oval, glossy, bright green leaves are densely packed on this compact shrub and become bronze tinged in winter. With leaves are bright green oval-shaped with a measure between 10 and 25 mm. Very hardy, a Korean cultivar based in Canada. They can be … closed. Prefers sunny to partial shade areas in well-drained soils. This boxwood wraps very gracefully. Out of Stock. Faulkners grow slowly, a nice plant for a medium specimen ball or a medium hedge. Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner' Other names. Many of them are interesting topiaries. Quite a funny name for a plant, don’t you think? ‘Wintergreen’ is somewhat resistant to boxwood leafminer and very tolerant to boxwood blight. It grows denser and more compact than the species. Sep 17, 2017 - Explore Diana Caton's board "dwarf boxwood" on Pinterest. Good as a specimen or hedge. Download this stock image: Korean boxwood, Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner', Buxus microphylla Faulkner), cultivar Faulkner in a basket, Netherlands, Limburg - FJ6BCG from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. insularis ‘Justin Brouwers’, A good choice in cold weather climates. 60. closed. Osmanthus is native to Japan, David viburnum is a handsome, compact little shrub, with eye-catching foliage. 30. It is important to know which boxwood works best for you by doing some research on its particular size, shape, growth rate, and hardiness. Dense upright form with elegant small leaves. Use Current Location. Ideal for hedging, borders, sidewalks, or mixing with flowers. Buxus microphylla ‘Faulkner’ bare root plants are grown in the soil in the field, they are a low-cost way of establishing new hedges as no pots or compost are needed. A dense-growing variety that matures at 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Tough, hardy and easy to grow, this Boxwood provides color year-round, as well as form, texture and contrast to its companion plants. While slower growers like Buxus ‘Green Velvet’ are much smaller and should be planted on 1’6″ to 2′ centers. Prune regularly to keep shape and for compact growth. $108.98 . Faulkner Boxwood. Inconspicuous flowers. Japanese Boxwoods and Common Boxwoods are popular hedge plants. Shiny leaves and an upright habit make this a great, This rare boxwood is the smallest available. It obviously refers to the shape of its leaves which are toothed at the margins but not prickly and I. $124.98 . A dense-growing variety that matures at 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Thrives in part shade in evenly moist , well-drained soils . Faulkner Boxwood will grow to be about 4 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 3 feet. This compact thick evergreen shrub is widely used in landscaping and is ideal for hedging. Buxus microphylla var. Excellent for a hedge or topiary. Buxus Microphylla Faulkner - Littleleaf Boxwood #5. Best placed in partial shade or full sunlight. Faulkner is an essential plant for formal hedges! 6″ pot size. You can see it in front of this nursery, where it’s been for years. Faulkner Boxwood makes a fine choice for the outdoor landscape, but it is also well-suited for use in outdoor pots and containers. BOXWOOD FAULKNER GLOBE #10 SIZE. Retains its dark, green color even in the coldest of winters. Select a greeting card to add to your order. Portugal laurel is a great evergreen plant that is surprisingly hardier that some large-leaved cherry laurels. Stays a deep green color all winter long. Typically grows up to 4 ft. tall (120 cm) and 3 ft. wide (90 cm). Japanese Boxwood (Buxus Microphylla var. Size Available Price Per 25+ Qty; 40cm 3gal: You must be logged in to view availability and prices. Evergreen. These very. There are very few rules in gardening, but perhaps the most important one is to work within your zone. Buxus sinica var. Excellent informal hedge. Buxus microphylla 'Faulkner' - Japanese Box. Our recommended planting density per metre of hedge can be seen next to each size of plant for sale, for Buxus ‘Faulkner’ the density is normally 4-5 per metre of hedge to be planted. Boxwood Faulkner Globe #10 Size; Boxwood Faulkner Globe #10 Size. USDA Z5 - Cold Hardy to -10 to -20(F) Sun to Partial Shade. The soft colored foliage of this box makes a striking addition as a hedge, specimen, or container plant. Boxwoods can tolerate full sun to full shade, dry to drought conditions, and a range of soil types. BOXWOOD FAULKNER GLOBE #10 SIZE.