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Everyone likes Flat-tery™! This new, low growing, flat boxwood will make you feel good about your garden. Used in combination with colorful hostas, sedges, or ferns this groundcover boxwood will attract admirers to your garden from miles around. Flat-tery™ can easily be maintained to grow to only 2 foot tall or lower with a 4 […]

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One of the nicest compact mounding forms of hybrid boxwood. Richey Nursery Company is blight free and all boxwood are grown, produced, and shipped to meet conditions specified in the Boxwood Blight Cleanliness Program Agreement.

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Excellent broad pyramidal form. Richey Nursery Company is blight free and all boxwood are grown, produced, and shipped to meet conditions specified in the Boxwood Blight Cleanliness Program Agreement.

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The Chicago Botanic Garden selected this cultivar for its excellent cold hardiness, surviving 32 degrees below zero with no dieback. Chicagoland Green™ is a broad-leaved boxwood that resembles an English box in appearance. It has a uniform wide-oval habit and good winter color. Richey Nursery Company is blight free and all boxwood are grown, produced, […]

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We chose to grow this selection of Crimson Pygmy over twenty-five years ago; originally selected at Moretti Nursery in Ohio decades before that. It is a very uniform cultivar that has a dense, compact habit. New growth is bright crimson-red fading to a dark burgundy-maroon. It is brighter red than Concorde.

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Early and long blooming with white flowers that are larger and more fragrant than other Abelia varieties.

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Bright yellow flowers mature to long-lasting, maraschino cherry-red berries that create quite a color-play against dark-red leaves. Midnight Glow has improved breeding traits that feature a compact plant with color-drenched, ornamental berries. A new rust-resistant selection.

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Like a ripe, juicy watermelon, this new rust resistant selection has large, rounded watermelon-red berries from late summer into fall. The fruits contrast well with the deep green foliage. Hypericums fruit much earlier than hollies, so you can extend your holiday berries with Triumph.

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Magical Desire begins the season with beautiful, soft yellow flowers that mature to long lasting, peachy-pink berries. A new rust resistant selection.

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Ultra-compact habit reaching 1′ x 3′. Deep emerald-green glossy foliage. After 3 years the plant will be loaded with dainty white flowers from spring to summer, followed by colorful orange berries in fall.

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