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Boxwood Substitutes - Alternatives to Boxwoods

Brass Buckle Ilex

A dwarf Japanese holly plant with a beautiful evergreen foliage and an excellent boxwood alternative shrub. Glossy, burn-resistant leaves vary in color between light green and yellow year round.

Container Grown - From $21.59

Anna's Magic Ball Arborvitae Thuja

Easy to grow low growing garden plant! Perfect for edging, containers, nook & crannies! Hardy in zones 3 to 7!

Container Grown - From $21.59

Sky Pencil Holly

A dense, multi-branched, evergreen shrub with a rounded form that typically matures to 5-10’ tall and wide with dozens of uses in the landscape. 

Potted Plant - From $8.59

Ilex Strongbox

Native evergreen shrub that is one of the most perfect alternatives to boxwoods. Keep its leaves to the ground always forming a beautiful mounded shape. 

Container Grown - From $21.59

Juke Box xPyracomeles

Easily mistaken for a boxwood or small holly. It is a small plant with a globe-shaped habit and tiny, very shinny leaves and fine branches. 

Container Grown - From $21.59

Lil' Ditty Dwarf Viburnum

If you are after a landscape that remains alive through all seasons, then the Lil’ Ditty Viburnum, or dwarf viburnum, is a plant you need to have. Very easy to grow and perfect for foundations, mass plantings, and outer edge of water gardens.

Quart potted from $21.59

Celtic Pride Siberian Cypress

Low Growing Evergreen Shrub! Deer Resistant! Great Winter Color!

Container Grown - From $21.59