'Vardar Valley' Common Boxwood is an unusually tough Buxus sempervirens, with excellent insect and disease resistance coupled with attractive green foliage that has a distinctive bluish cast. It was found by Edgar Anderson of the Arnold Arboretum and Missouri Botanical Garden in 1945, along a river in Macedonia. After years of observation it was named and released by the Arnold Arboretum because of its proven excellence. Slow growing and compact, it forms an excellent low maintenance shrub for shady locations.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Buxus sempervirens Vardar Valley #5 (B&C) (some foliage rust stain)
Characteristics & Attributes
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
Dry Shade Tolerant
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