Words and phrases that have a meaning related to boxwood:   (150 results)

Often used in the same context:
photinia, hydrangea, pyracantha, dogwood, viburnum, yews, evergreens, shrub, bridal wreath, cotoneaster, hollies, ligustrum, podocarpus, arborvitae, barberry, flowering quince, aucuba, forsythia, euonymus, pussy willow, ferns, arbors, perennials, spireas, hornbeam, flowering shrub, liriope, junipers, dracaena, nepeta, euonymous, groundcover, clematis, abelia, santolina, hollyhocks, staghorn sumac, bottlebrush, berberis, zinnias, peonies, weigela, topiaries, coneflowers, pampas grass, glads, honeysuckles, acer palmatum, sedums, mahonia, crape myrtle, sweet alyssum, hosta, mandevilla, nandina, camellias, vinca minor, plumbago, chrysanthemums, arbor vitae, cherry laurel, climbing hydrangea, ocotillo, winterberry, butterfly bush, coleus, sweet woodruff, kangaroo paw, plumeria, redbud, dusty miller, polyanthus, primroses, honey locust, serviceberry, sycamore, espalier, catalpa, pachysandra, geraniums, vinca, privet, bearded iris, magnolia, yuccas, foliage, scotch pine, ageratum, sword fern, gooseneck loosestrife, conifers, succulents, silky dogwood, wax myrtle, pittosporum, lilacs, crabapple, foxglove, asparagus fern, rhododendrons, calla lily, hawthorn, mahogany, walnut, cedar, ivory, maple, chestnut, oak, teak, bamboo, beech, cherry, cypress, hardwood, hemlock, ivy, mulberry, balsam, ebony, marble, oleander, pruned, deciduous, laurel, luxuriant, overgrown, pomegranate, prickly, tended, topiary, adic, beechen, berried, betel, blooming, blossomed, bosky, branching, bud, camphor

More specific:
buxus sempervirens, common box, european box

Appears in the definition of:

More general:
bush, shrub, wood

box, turkish boxwood

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— Adjectives for boxwood: english, old, clipped, african, turkish, japanese, american, common, green, west, ancient, more...

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