Buxus


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Noun1.Buxus - type genus of the Buxaceae
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
box family, Buxaceae, family Buxaceae - widely distributed evergreen shrubs and trees
boxwood, box - evergreen shrubs or small trees
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The Buxus sempervirens balls that appeared to be completely crushed by the weight of snow have bounced back, while the echiums that looked to be lifeless have defrosted and look like they may survive after all.
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TAKE softwood and semi-ripe cuttings - this is a great way to grow relatively expensive plants, such as Buxus.
It's a good time to take softwood and semi-ripe cuttings - this is a great way to grow relatively expensive plants, such as Buxus.
The slow-growing evergreen shrub box, or buxus, is best suited to carving simple shapes such as balls, cubes, spirals and cones.
Buxus sempervirens (common box) is often used to create hedges around formal beds.
810 m; orientacion W-NW; bosque mixto de pino albar (Pinus sylvestris) y pino negro muy abierto, con abundancia de Juniperus communis y Buxus sempervirens en el sotobosque.
Q Please can you inform me as to what might have caused my Buxus Ball, Box Pyramid and small conifer (all in pots) to turn brown?
Wood block (5*1*2 cm dimensions )of Parrotia persica, Juglans regia , Quercus persica and Buxus sempervirens dried at 100[degrees]C for 48 h, cooled in a desiccator, and then weighed.
Box hedges, especially dwarf variety Buxus Suffruticosa, which is just six to eight inches high, are easy to grow, coping with most situations, including shade.
The planting is leafy and textural, with bold use of Calamagrostris and Buxus cubes.