Boxwood Dwarf Korean
Korean boxwood plants (Buxus sinica insularis, formerly Buxus microphylla var. koreana) are broadleaf evergreen shrubs. They grow upright to about 4 feet tall. They are slightly wider than they are tall when they are mature, and develop a partially open branch structure. These shrubs are dense plants. Their many branches are covered with finely-textured evergreen leaves that give the shrubs visual interest all year long. In summer, the leaves are green. In winter, they take on a bronze cast. Spring brings small, fragrant, cream-colored blossoms that attract bees. The flowers develop into seed capsules by fall.