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Buxus microphylla 'Little Missy'

Introduced by Cole Nurseries, this Dwarf Korean Boxwood mutation keeps its green color all winter and it is resistant to Leaf Miner. It has finer leaves and half the growth rate.

About Operations

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Taking Root

With cuttings taken straight from the plants in the fields, new life is given to liners. In about one winter, these cuttings are ready to be sent to the larger greenhouses where they will spend about two summers. 

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In The Greenhouse

Once the cuttings are fully rooted, it is time to plant them in pots and put them in the greenhouses. They grow for a few years until they are large enough to be planted in the field. 

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Field Production

In the final stage of growth, we pull the plants from the greenhouse and send them to the field. Here, we wait for the desired size, roughly 3-4 years. they are then dug to fill orders and are shipped.