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As Virginia’s premier supplier of English boxwood our reputation to the most discerning boxwood enthusiasts is built on providing expertise in three areas: quality specimen plants, professional consultation services, and educational and informative speaking engagements to groups. English Boxwoods of Virginia will always provide the most beautiful specimen plants of the finest quality. Are your...
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The Virginia Boxwood Company, headquartered in Charlottesville, provides a sustainable service that maintains, cultivates & harvests boxwood from the historic state of Virginia- some of the oldest and finest boxwood to be found in North America. Once enrolled in our maintenance program, the company is committed to organic feeding and pest prevention of boxwood. Our experienced team of...
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Ak Nurseries is one of the largest grower of boxwoods in the South. Servicing wholesalers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tenessee. Growing over 150,000 bushes a year on their many acres dedicated to this main nursery crop, Ak specializes in the hardiest varieties of boxwoods. Ah —...
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Eastern Shore Nurseries is a retail nursery in Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, USA. Started in 1929 by Ernest and his son, E. Sam Hemming, Eastern Shore Nurseries Inc. has been growing plants continuously for our area’s finest gardens and landscapes. Started as a wholesale English Boxwood...
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Www.njdiscountplants.com is a division of Crawford Brothers Farm retail/wholesale nursery. Discount plants Retail/Wholesale Nursery Freehold NJ, www.njdiscountplants.com, www.crawfordbrosfarm.com, Crawford Brothers Farm, Plant Nursery Freehold NJ, Arborvitaes in NJ, Leyland Cypress in NY,...
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The American Boxwood Society is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1961 and devoted to the appreciation, scientific understanding and propagation of the genus Buxus L. The Society's headquarters is at the State Arboretum of Virginia, formerly the University of Virginia's Orland E. White Arboretum, at Blandy Experimental Farm, Clarke County, Virginia. There the ABS has...
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Wow, this post has been a long time coming! It was almost a year ago to the day that I started really dreaming about our little boy’s nursery (inspiration board here). With a rocky start to the pregnancy I was finally ready wrap my head around a baby actually coming my way, and I was just about to let myself relax and indulge in some of the most exciting preperations of a newborn when my water...
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Davis Boxwood Nursery has been in business for 38 years, located in Lowgap NC. the front porch of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are a Christian based family business. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. Please come by and enjoy a free tour of the Perennial Gardens or just sit on our...
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Laurel Springs Nursery is a North Carolina nursery specializing in boxwood shrubs for sale as Boxwood Growers and are wholesale topiary growers selling wholesale topiary. Boxwood, "Man's Oldest Garden Ornament," was introduced to North America from Europe in the mid 1600's. Settlers brought two varieties to the New World: Buxus sempervirens (American Boxwood) and Buxus sempervirens...
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Boxwood Garden is a unique wholesale nursery in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. While visiting the nursery you will see boxwood gardens, hedges, edges, terraces, knot gardens, topiary and much more using boxwood as the foundation. Featuring many cultivars (varieties) of boxwood. We offer topiary: globes, cubes, cones, spirals, ball on cube, and 1-5 globe standards. Boxwood hedge plants are...
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All about boxwoods. Includes info on boxwood shrubs, boxwood tree, wintergreen boxwood, common boxwood, winter gem boxwood, american boxwood, and more. This is an elegant shrub that keeps landscaping looking sharp and crisp. They are known for their very dense leaves and the way that they grow, remaining so compact. The boxwood shrub is slow growing and will reach about three feet tall when...
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