Buying Japanese Boxwoods

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First step in planting is buying good plants. Learn where and how to buy Japanese boxwoods for your garden in this free gardening video. View Video Transcript

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Lori Young

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Now, we're going to discuss where to buy Japanese Boxwood. The first place you can check is your local nursery. They'll have the boxwood and it'll already be acclimated to your climate. Now, they might be a little pricy though, so you might want to try your home improvement center. This place will have the best prices and it should have a good selection. Another place where you can look for Japanese Boxwood is your local flea market or farmer's market. At the flea market, you may find some great prices. At the farmer's market, you may find some Boxwood that has been grown organically without the use of fertilizer that's been commercially prepared or without the use of pesticides. Another place you can try to buy these Boxwood is Craigslist. Yes, go to www.Craigslist.org and look under the city that you live in and type in home and garden and then you can do a search for Japanese Boxwood or you can just look for local nursery's that way. You might even find an individual who's growing and propagating Japanese Boxwood in their own back yard, and they might even give you a great deal. These are some of the great places where you can buy Japanese Boxwood.