Buxus harlandii Forest 2 years progress on stone slap.

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Buxus harlandii Forest 2 years progress on stone slap.

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I had a few Buxus harlandii that where potted in a group but the numbers where not even so I searched for some more.
Here the progress, after trees being added and put on a stone slap.
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Lovely group- so much atmosphere!
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thank you
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Fabulous!
Buxus make really good forests.
Here's mine...
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Nice one too, what Buxus is that one?
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Thank you! It's Buxus Harlandii too - the bark is so cool!
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Hi thymtraveller. Great little forest attempt. I don't think it's hardlandii though. The leaves on yours are to ovate for that variety in my opinion.

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Agree on the leaves, must be the European variety, don't know the name so.
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Pretty sure they are Japanese box.
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You are correct, gentlemen!
It's Buxus Microphylla - Japanese Box...my mistake!
Glad you like it!
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No worries
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Hi Andreas.

Rude of me not to comment on yours. I agree it has great atmosphere. Would some thinner ones mixed in help it appear more natural?

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No worries, I got some growing, but it will take time before they are ready
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The trees are putting up some good foliage now.
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Hi... I just discovered this thread and forest. I really like it! Is it possible to get an update?


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