This is an OVERSIZED item - to check delivery cost add it to basket and enter your postcode into our quick delivery price checker tool to obtain delivery cost. search camera close
facebook instagram pinterest2 twitter youtube basket blog
Newsletter Sign up - For Latest Arrivals, Best Deals & Offers

Paramount Plants logo
The UK's Online Specialists For Mature Trees & Shrubs
* indicates required
Paramount Plants Newsletter

Sign Up to our newsletter - For Latest Arrivals, Best Deals & Offers

Thank you for signing up to the Paramount Plants newsletter. Our newsletters contain information on new arrivals, our latest offers and exclusive deals for newsletter subscribers.

NB - Please make sure you add [email protected] to your trusted senders list and check your spam folder.

Please Note: We will NEVER share your email address with anyone else and we usually only send you one mailing per fortnight. At seasonal times - we may send you an extra mailing. You can easily manage your options and unsubscribe at any time.

Boxwood Topiary Spiral or Buxus Spiral or Box Spiral

Topiary Boxwood Shaped as a Spiral

Boxwood Topiary Spiral, Buxus Spiral or Box Spiral Topiary
Box Spiral Topiary
To Get A Delivery Price:
1. Add items to basket
2. Go to the basket
3. Enter your postcode in Delivery Price Check
Available Sizes to buy online All Prices Include VAT
Height Excluding Pot: 1.25-1.5m (4ft 1-4ft 11)

Plant shape: Spiral

Pot size: 50 Litres

Plant ID: 12447 64

click to view this plant size >
Boxwood Topiary Spiral or Buxus Spiral or Box Spiral
Boxwood Topiary Spiral or Buxus Spiral or Box Spiral 1.25-1.5 m

This image displays plant 1.25-1.5 m tall.

Height Excluding Pot: 1.25-1.5m (4ft 1-4ft 11)

Plant shape: Spiral

Pot size: 50 Litres

Plant ID: 12447 64

Was £450.00
20% Off - Now £360.00

Was £450.00
20% Off - Now £360.00

RHS Perfect for pollinators logo

Boxwood Topiary Spiral is a small-leaved slow-growing evergreen shrub clipped into spiral form using topiary techniques. It’s an excellent way to bring shape and formality to your garden. It suits patios and balconies and creates ornamental living sculpture on either side of a door or pathway.

Buxus, better known as box or boxwood, is a widespread evergreen native to Europe, northwest Africa, southwest Asia and across to Turkey. It’s been grown in UK gardens for centuries as topiary and low evergreen hedges or parterres for herb or medicinal gardens.

Buxus spirals are closely clipped box plants. They have many tiny dark-green glossy leaves throughout the year and tiny white flowers in spring that are adored by pollinators. Box holds the RHS plants for pollinators badge for its bee-attracting properties.

Box takes very well to topiary. It’s forgiving and can be trained into globes, cones, pyramids and the spirals that we offer here. It’s hard to beat formally clipped box, and in spiral form it’s a talking point with instant impact.

Height And Spread of Boxwood Topiary Spiral
Box will grow to several metres in height and spread, but buxus spirals can be kept short and neat with a yearly trim.

How Hardy Is Boxwood Topiary Spiral
This is a hardy evergreen shrub that withstands freezing temperatures if it has well-drained roots.

How To Use Boxwood Topiary Spiral
Nothing brings more formality than clipped box topiary.
Use buxus spirals on either side of your front door, mark out the start or end of a pathway, or line a front garden with smart green sculpture. A row of spirals creates an unusual low hedge to partition garden spaces, and they will attract pollinators if the flowers are left to bloom before a trim.

Box spirals grow well in containers, but will require regular water and box-specific fertiliser to flourish.

How To Care For Boxwood Topiary Spiral
Box spirals prefer partial shade and will grow in the majority of well-drained soils including chalk and sand if regularly watered. Box doesn’t like drying out and hot direct sun can scorch its foliage.
Because they are slow growing, buxus spirals only require one clip a year (maximum two) to keep in shape.  
Water them well until established and during hot spells. Use regular good quality buxus feed and apply a thick layer of mulch to the roots in spring to trap moisture and provide nutrients for the growing year.

PayPal Trust Payments MasterCard-Visa MasterCard Maestro Visa AMEX Apple Pay Google Pay Klarna
PayPal - Pay in 3 interest-free installments