Boxwood pyramid (Buxus Sempervirens pyramid)
It is beautiful, hardy and always green: the boxwood pyramid or the Buxus Sempervirens pyramid. Wherever you plant it, in the sun or shade, it will thrive. Like any boxwood species, the boxwood pyramid is sensitive to the boxwood caterpillar and boxwood moth. And yet it remains a very popular plant.
The boxwood pyramid looks great in your garden, in the ground, in a pot or planter. The plant is still a symbol of reliability and class.
Provide enough water, but not too much either.
If the plant starts well, make sure to fertilize it with granulated cow manure. Preferably at the end of February, in May after pruning or in July.
You can always plant boxwood, unless it is freezing.
The boxwood pyramid does well everywhere, but it does prefer a spot in full sun or partial shade.
Advice & Care
- Give the boxwood plant enough water; but not too much.
- Do not prune the plant in sunny weather, otherwise the twigs can dry out.
- Have you pruned the boxwood pyramid a little too rigorously? No problem, it just takes a while before the plant is nicely full again.
- Keep a close eye on it, so that you quickly spot any fungi or the boxwood caterpillar.
- Fertilize the boxwood in due time.
A green plant in a beautiful shape, which is hardy and easy to maintain. Then consider the boxwood pyramid. You can already see it: next to the front door or back door or just in the middle of your garden. In a pot or in the garden. Magnificent.