Euonymus is an easy-to-grow evergreen shrub. Euonymus is one of my favorite evergreen shrubs because it looks like boxwoods but a lower maintenance version of boxwoods! I have Euonymus Manhattan in my garden and I will show you how to propagate Euonymus. The propagation method is the same for all euonymus varieties. I’ll show you […]
Boxwoods are slow-growing plants that don’t require a lot of maintenance. However, your boxwoods will benefit from occasional pruning. Regularly, trimming your boxwood will give your boxwood hedge a neat and polished look. Here, I’ll show you step by step how to prune boxwoods. Below is a video showing step-by-step how to prune boxwoods. 3 Reasons
Are you wondering why your holly bush is not producing red berries? Holly bushes are known for its iconic red berries. Many gardeners plant holly bushes because they want that pop of red from holly berries. But alas, there are no red berries on your holly bush! Why is that? Planting 101 participates in affiliate
Should you wrap your boxwoods in burlap to protect them from the winter cold? Is that effective? What’s the best way to care for boxwoods in the winter? After all, you spent a fortune on your boxwoods and want to make sure you are doing everything possible to take care of your boxwoods this winter.
Boxwoods are one of the most popular shrubs used for hedges. The dense foliage and manicured shape of boxwoods make it ideal for hedges. However, not all boxwoods are good candidates for hedges. There are so many varieties of boxwoods, all with different growth habits and heights. When you plant boxwoods for hedges, you want