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Topiary Buxus Plant Tri Ball 80cm. 12 Litre

Topiary Buxus Plant Tri Ball 80cm. 12 Litre

£85.00
Buxus Topiary Plant. Tri ball Delivery by Charellagardnsl
Buxus Topiary Plant. Tri ball Delivery by Charellagardnsl Tri Ball and Quattro ball Buxus PlantsTri ball, Quattro Ball and Spiral.
8 In stock
Quick Overview

Absolutely beautiful! Buxus Topiary Plant Tri Ball Buxus, these are from the same grower as our larger pyramids and spirals, as pictured,  quality is exceptional, they are plants for an instant impact, arriving with an actual plant size of 80 cm, inclusive of pot approximately 105cm. 

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
81cm - 100cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
12 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
1.5m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Slow
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
Yes
8 In stock
Qty

Buxus Sempervirens Topiary Tri Ball - Exclusive Topiary Plant 3 Topiary Balls on one stem. 80cm tall excluding pot, 8 Years Old. Very dense small-leaved native evergreen, with dark green glossy, leathery leaves which give off an unusual sweet smell. Small tufty yellow flowers appear from late winter. Slow growing and shade tolerant, Buxus Box plants have traditionally been used for topiary work. We source all our Buxus plants from one exceptionally good grower in southern Holland so regardless of shape or size the plants are all of the same high quality. By having just one for all our Buxus stock supplier we are guaranteeing our returning customers continuity of supply.

What to expect: Your plant will arrive planted in a 12 litre/30 cm pot, with an actual plant height of approximately 80cm. Height inclusive of pot approximately 105 cm, and will look exactly like the pictures, It is pictured along with our largest Buxus Spirals and our 10 year old Quattro ball. 

Planting position: Buxus plants are reasonably versatile and adaptable, they are best planted in full sun through to partial shade. Soil: Before planting cultivation of the soil will prove to be thoroughly beneficial. By digging a deeper hole than required you are ensuring the compacted layers of soil are broken down, this enables the roots to grow more satisfactorily. Ideally you should increse the humus levels in the soil by adding compost or well rotted manure. Suitable for container planting: Yes, most definitely, Buxus are equally happy in a pot as they are in the ground. Keep in mind if pot planted, they will need to be re potted approximately every 3 years in larger pots and fresh compost.

Pruning: Box is easily pruned and has the ability to grow from old wood, so do not worry about being to harsh. They should in perfect conditions be trimmed twice a year first time approximately mid May - early June this is after the first growth spurt of the spring. Second prune should be done late October when growth for the year has ceased, this will help the plants keep a tight compact look through winter. When trimming do not worry about damaging the leaves left on the plant, these will turn brown and fall off after a week or 2 when the new growth is beginning to show. If you only prune once a year this is best done in August.

Growth speed: Relatively slow.

Flowering Period: Not Applicable.

Foliage: Small compact leaves mid to dark green

Evergreen: Yes

Winter hardy: Yes.

Buxus is a plant that requires nutrients, we've all seen brown buxus outside doorways and shop entrances, however with a relatively small amout of care this can be avoided. Firstly always ensure an adequate water supply, when pot planted bear in mind due to the compactness of these plants even after rain the soil underneath may still remain relatively dry. As said previously plants in pots should be repotted with fresh compost every 3 years(Maximum) . We recommend you use the fertiliser 'Osmocote', the granules have nutrients that are released gradually so the plants have all they need throughout all of the growing season it works for approximately 6 months so one feed a year is sufficient. ,