Examples of boxwood in a Sentence
We planted a few boxwoods.
Recent Examples of boxwood from the Web
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London collects intricately carved boxwood lice combs from the Middle Ages.
English boxwoods grace the mansion's gardens, as well as the traditional wreaths placed appropriately by their tombs.
Shake heavy snow off shrubs and trees to keep branches from breaking or bending, especially frail structures such as arborvitae, boxwoods, young rhododendrons and azaleas.
Make a lush and private area outside your home to entertain, creating walls or screens by placing taller potted plants like boxwoods, cannas, dracaena, fountain grass, or elephant ears.
Council members will also discuss a fence at Toddler Park, with options for the fence including choices of boxwood hedgerow, steel tube fencing and aluminum fencing.
Private gates open to a boxwood topiary garden, and through the front door, a checkerboard marble foyer leads into more than 10,000 square feet of living space.
Dozens of boxwood sprigs must be wired to the armature.
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First Known Use of boxwood
BOXWOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boxwood for English Language Learners
: an evergreen bush or small tree that has small dark leaves and that is used especially to make hedges or boundaries in gardens
: the tough, hard wood of the boxwood
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