Boxwood plants are the type of evergreen shrubs, mainly planted in elegant and formal landscapes. They can be quite versatile and are grown for foliage since their flowers are insignificant. You can grow boxwood to create a formal hedge, a matching border, set a pair of them to balance an entryway or maybe plant them as focal points. So, there are many versatile boxwood gardens and today we would like to show you several of them.

The first thing that you need to have in mind when planting boxwoods is to find the perfect spot. It should be a full or part sun spot for successful growth. Also, there should be a well-drained soil. The year round climate is also really important for growing boxwood. If you are living in an area with too hot summer days, you should plant the boxwood in an area where they can get an afternoon shade. And of course, you will need to water them regularly. And during the winter time, place them in an area which is protected from winter wind. Scroll down now to see our collection of boxwood gardens which we are sure that will fascinate you. Enjoy!


As you can notice there are versatile ways of how o plant boxwood. One of them can be even in large terracotta pots. This give you the chance to set the pots wherever you want. For instance, if there is a staircase in the backyard, you can set such pots on each side of the stairs. Or if you have a pool over there, you can set several boxwood pots on the side of the pool.

Boxwood designs can be quite versatile. They can vary in height and shape. The higher ones can be used as privacy screens. Also, you can create some geometric shapes and thus turn your garden into a great work of art. So, no specific rules of how to arrange the boxwood. Just get the most of the space of your garden and take care of it to make it look great all the time.

So, what do you think about the above boxwood gardens? Would you choose to add some boxwood plants into your garden too? Tell us in the comments and of course, stay up to date with the content of Victoria’s Glamour to find many other decorations for your outdoor space.