The Box Common is a fantastic hedge for shaping, especially into a ball shape. It looks great in any garden and can provide a feature as well as giving you a great addition to any topiary collection.
They’re a great choice for any topiary garden, because they are easy to maintain and easy to trim into your desired shape – with it’s luscious green leaves showcasing your artistic work. It is well known for being a slow grower, but it can grow tall, up to thirty feet in fact. It tends to grow on a yearly basis about four to six inches.
They can be grown and planted in most soils, but truly loves residing in well drained soil and either full or partial sunlight. When it comes to sharing your Box Common Ball Shape, Box hedges are traditionally trimmed on Derby Day in early June, but anytime during the early doors of summer will be a good time to prune them. This will help the hedge to ripen and prepare itself for the colder months, and shouldn’t become damaged from the winter frosts.
Our fantastic ball shaped plants have been regularly trimmed into the perfect spherical shape, so it can create that perfect evergreen focal point on your landscape for you and others to enjoy. They can reside in either containers or pots.
We have a variety of sizes of the Box Common Ball Shape in litre pots, ranging from five to 25 litres. For more information on our wide and varied selection of Box Common Ball Shape plants or any of our other hedging varieties, contact our specialist team members for more information.