Korean Boxwood is the hardiest of the Boxwood family for our area. It will grow from 2' to 3' tall and up to 4' wide. Korean Boxwood likes to be planted in full sun and well drained soil. It has greenish-yellow flowers in the spring which are somewhat inconspicuous. The leaves are a glossy light medium green color and takes on a purple hue for the winter. This shrub will not lose its leaves for the winter.
Korean Boxwood is deer resistant and attracts pollinators when in bloom. Use Korean Boxwood as a hedge or planted in a landscape. You can prune Korean Boxwood into globes or squares for a more formal setting.
If Korean Boxwood is exposed to windy conditions over the winter you will want to wrap it in burlap or spray a protectorant such as Antistress 550 to protect the leaves from drying winter winds.