Buxus Lollipop is a topiary style for the Buxus sempervirens and creates a strong garden statement with its fresh, evergreen foliage. When planted in pairs, these dense, spherical Buxus plants are excellent for beautifying doorways, pathways, or a flight of stairs. They are often regarded as standard Buxus trees or topiary standards because the rounded dense leaves sit atop long stems, clear of any other leaves. READ: Buxus Box Tree Grow Guide
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Topiary standards are crafted from the classic evergreen Buxus plants are hard to find or simply expensive to obtain because of the duration required to create these topiary designs. You may also choose to grow the Buxus sempervirens and begin trimming and training them to get the desired Buxus lollipop design.
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They are best planted in swanky planters of about 5 to 7 litres and positioned in a partially shady site where they can get sufficient sunlight and still provide architectural interest with their glossy foliage all year round. READ: How far apart should buxus be planted?
What is the size of a Buxus topiary lollipop?
The sphere of leaves is often trimmed to a 25-centimetre diameter and sits on top of a clear stem about 40 centimetres in length. The total height of the tree is often between 70 and 80 centimetres.