All hobby gardeners know – there is no end to gardening. Careful planning is therefore advisable. If you want to enjoy a beautiful green garden in summer, you have to have the in spring Cut boxwood.
Pruning boxwood – once every three weeks from April / May
The boxwood – still known under the Latin name Buxus sempervirens – is a hardy evergreen shrub. With good care, it can grow to a height of 5-6 meters over time. Nowadays the box can often be found in the gardens – the box hedges provide privacy in both summer and winter. Individual shrubs can be imaginatively cut so that they form ornamented figures. The English and French gardens are often decorated with book figures – from May hobby gardeners can Pruning bush tree. You should be aware in advance – the book grows slowly from April to October. It is therefore advisable to fertilize the boxwood in April and then prune it every 3 weeks. Regular watering and fertilization also play a role in growth.
Cutting boxwood – topiary
Which type of boxwood you choose depends closely on whether you want to cut large or small figures. Above all, it is important to cut the plant in the first year so that it slowly grows into the desired shape. In order for the garden to look symmetrical, it is best to cut all the shrubs in geometric shapes. So don’t wait – in spring Cut boxwood and create a beautiful garden!
Cut boxwood – give it a beautiful spherical shape
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English garden – 4 elements in perfect symmetry
The box tree frames the flower beds
The box tree is visible all year round
Ornate figures – spiral made of boxwood cut
Boxwood topiary – cut the bushes every three weeks from May
Boxwood in the Mediterranean garden
Beautiful figures made from evergreen plants
Boxwood as an accent in the allotment garden
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