Spring Entertaining: Boxwood

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The Profile

Boxwood

Boxwood are reliable evergreen shrubs that may be featured on their own or accompanied with seasonal blooms when entertaining is in order. Look to this mainstay throughout the year for lush color & wonderful texture. The greenery may be snipped & fashioned into wreaths or garland but also make lovely accents throughout spaces. Learn how to use & care for this southern garden must.

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How To Navigate Boxwood

Savvy southerners know to have distinctive garden varieties planted around their outdoor space that can be used for a number of occasions. Creating arrangements from these staples are designed to be effortless & fast to prepare since entertaining involves many fine details as the event draws closer. Boxwood offers distinctive charm to entertaining vignettes. Several pieces of greenery make an elegant impact without a whole lot of effort.

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The Technique

Boxwood or Buxus may be relied on season after season. They make wonderful specimens to ground garden spaces. Found in many formal settings, Boxwood may be trimmed & shaped into stately hedges, topiaries & focal points or left to grow freely. Water them deeply however be certain they have good drainage. Boxwoods look their best when planted in an area that offers some shade so plan accordingly.

Boxwood clippings make lovely accents to yard arrangements. The greenery offers bold color & holds up well over time. Complimentary garden classics such as roses make a beautiful impact when paired together in glass vases. Consider placing them in highly visible locations throughout your home when entertaining. Several smaller bouquets look striking down the center of dining tables or use one larger centerpiece to greet guests in entryways. 

The Tune
“Pennies From Heaven” Billie Holiday 

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