Buxus sempervirens Clipped Point Small

Buxus sempervirens Clipped Points


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Box is a large, slow-growing evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves up to 3cm long. Compact in habit, it is a traditional stalwart in gardens, and an essential component of a topiary display. The tiny yellow flowers appear in the leaf axils in spring.

Clipped box looks fantastic grouped together or in serried ranks along a path or terrace. These tightly clipped points or cones look perfect in pairs, flanking a doorway, path or flight of outdoor steps. Keep in a pot or plant directly in the ground. Particularly useful for adding structure to an informal garden or parterre, and for creating winter interest.

Clipped into a point.

Available in several sizes of approximate plant diameters, with the larger ones and other shapes only available for instore collection or local delivery. Do give us a call on 01993 823117 before visiting to check we have it in stock for you.

Common Name: Box

Hardiness: Hardy to –15°

Height and Spread: 500cm x 500cm (if not clipped)

Preferred Soil Type: Any moist but well-drained soil

Aspect: Any aspect

Position: Sun or shade, sheltered or exposed

Flowering Period: Spring

Care: Cut back by up to a third in May if necessary; clip to shape May – August

*Ingestion may cause stomach upset*


We are no longer able to offer our 10 year hardy plant guarantee on Box plants, due to Box Blight now being endemic in the Cotswolds and surrounding areas.