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How big do Japanese boxwoods grow?
Last Updated: 4th May, 2020
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Also question is, how fast does Japanese boxwood grow?
Japanese Boxwood In full shade the plants are water thrifty and can grow all summer with no supplemental water. Although boxwoods are slow-growing shrubs, Japanese box is the fastest growing variety, reaching its mature size in three to five years.
Additionally, how do Japanese boxwoods grow? Plant Japanese boxwood 3 feet apart in a row to create a hedge. For a more informal planting, stagger boxwood shrubs, leaving at least 3 feet between them. Fall and spring are the best times to plant new shrubs. In mild climates where winter frosts are light, you can plant at any point throughout the winter.
Furthermore, how big do boxwoods grow?
Tallest Boxwoods Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8 -- again depending on the cultivar -- mature common boxwood plants can reach a maximum average height of around 20 feet. More commonly, however, they grow to a height of between 10 and 15 feet.
How late can you plant boxwoods?
The ideal time to plant boxwoods is during the late fall, late winter or the early part of the spring. Avoid planting at times of the year when temperatures are at their most extreme. This gives the boxwood time to become established before winter temperatures drop and spring temperatures rise.