Buxus ball (Buxus Sempervirens ball)
Wow, such a beautiful boxwood ball in your garden. And not only beautiful, it is also evergreen and hardy this Buxus Sempervirens ball. It is satisfied everywhere, with the sun on his face or in the shade. Although the boxwood is susceptible to the boxwood caterpillar and boxwood moth, it is and remains a favorite in most gardens. Not for nothing, because it is just a beautiful and easy plant.
When is the best time to plant a boxwood?
It’s best to plant the boxwood between October and the end of April.
Provide enough water, but not too much.
Give the boxwood cow manure pellets when it starts to grow. Preferably at the end of February, in May after pruning or in July.
You can only plant the boxwood ball when it freezes.
The boxwood ball does well everywhere, but it prefers a spot in the sun or partial shade.
Are your requirements for a plant: beautiful, hardy, evergreen and easy to maintain? Then we have good news for you: the boxwood or Buxus Sempervirens ball is the perfect choice for you.