Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary (Buxus sempervirens ‘Variegata’)
Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary
Use these special Cone-shaped Topiary shrubs for a big splash in your landscape. All eyes will be drawn to the classic shape and the cool-toned, variegated foliage.
Simply put…this sophisticated shrub makes a big impact. Use them throughout your front and backyard to add intricate evergreen color and a strong form.
Versatile Boxwood have been sheared into cones, columns, pom-poms, balls and spirals for centuries. Purchase this plant, and you’ll be ordering a professional-grade plant that has many, many years of expert care placed into it.
The work has been done for you! Our Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary (Buxus sempervirens ‘Variegata’) has been carefully crafted into a lovely living piece of sculpture.
Cold hardy Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary has dramatic foliage that brightens up partially shaded areas of your landscape. Each dark green leaf is a work of art; touched here and there with creamy-white margins.
As you might imagine…these stunning Topiary plants look truly amazing in wintertime. Add much-needed structure in your garden design year-round with these easy-care plants.
Follow our lead to maintain the thick and dense formal pyramidal form. Our plantsmen have lavished nearly a decade’s worth of work into these outstanding expertly pruned focal points.
Just “stay within the lines” for any periodic tip-pruning that may be required. Enjoy this small task with a pair of sharp garden snips; outside in the breezy sunshine.
These plants live large as unique living punctuation in your landscape. They’ll instantly elevate the look of any planting bed with a very dynamic sophistication.
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Consider these as garden sculptures when deciding where to place them. They look great from all angles!
Use a series of three, five or seven Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary in a well-spaced row for a wonderful feature.You’ll instantly create a stylish garden feature that relies on its bold architectural elements.
Include them in your patio planting bed, or create a special island bed for the lawn. Give yourself something beautiful to look at!
Pair with other Boxwood as a droll way to enliven your formal garden. Use one of these special shrubs flanked on either side by a Green Mountain Boxwood Cone Topiary. Add spice with a Spartan Juniper Spiral Topiary on either end.
These shrubs can be added to enormous outdoor planters, as well. Place one in the center of a massed planting to lend gravitas to the area. (Add a drip irrigation line to ensure it stays well-watered.)
Include in your foundation planting at the corner of your house. Enlarge your planting, if needed, to include this plant in the mulched bed.
In a contemporary home, use one by your front door to spotlight the entrance. Add a pair to flank either side, if your home is based on a symmetrical style.
Topiary acts as subtle “directional signage” to help guide guests to the right area. Add one at the start of a woodland garden path.
Take this idea and run with it. The bright foliage makes a welcoming sight as people enter your outdoor entertainment area.
We have already put all the hard work and time creating these Topiary Cones before you receive them. Maintain their shape with a simple trimming after the first flush of new growth.
If any wayward leaves appear in the growing season, trim them up. However, you’ll want to avoid trimming once the season draws to a close. You won’t want to encourage growth as the cold winds come.
Plant in either full sun or partial shade. They’ll need at least four hours of direct sunlight a day.
Add a packet of Nature Hills Root Booster for each plant in your order for test-tested, proven support for your plant. It helps it access water and micronutrients from the soil over the course of its entire life.
They need well-drained soil. Create a raised bed or use a container if you have heavy soil that retains water.
Provide a regular schedule of water for best performance. Keep your eye on your container-grown plants, as they’ll likely need more water than in-ground plants.
In fall, please water your Boxwood evergreen shrubs well. Good soil moisture helps protect the evergreen foliage from fierce winter winds.
Apply an organic, slow-release fertilizer in early spring. Follow the application rates on the label directions. Mulch over the root system to a depth of three inches.
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|Common name||Variegated Boxwood Cone Topiary|
|Botanical name||Buxus sempervirens 'Variegata'|
|Height||5 - 8 ft.|
|Width||5 - 6 ft.|
|Sunlight||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||After Flowering|