Graham Blandy Boxwood
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Graham Blandy Boxwoods (Buxus sempervirens 'Graham Blandy') were originally created in Virginia at the Blandy Experimental Farm. There are many new cultivars that were created as variations of the Graham Blandy Boxwood.

Up to 15 feet tall and 2 feet wide
Flowers, Fruit, Foliage
Dark, evergreen, ovate leaves grow on upright branches that form a narrow, columnar habit. Flowers and fruit are ornamentally insignificant.
Pests & Diseases
Canker, twig and leaf blight, rust, leaf spots, root rot, scale, nematodes, leaf miners, webworm, mealybugs
Landscape Use
Great as a specimen, hedge, border, topiary, and in massing
Care Practices
Plant in moist, well-drained soil in an area with partial shade, and keep protected from strong winds. These shrubs tolerate a variety of soils, full shade, and moderate drought. Prune after the last spring frost.
Native Range
Southern Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa