Buxus sempervirens 'Mont Bruno'#COPF
More About Buxus sempervirens 'Mont Bruno' (COPF)
- Insignificant, green-yellow-cream flowers are fragrant
- Small, dull, green leaves turn bronzy in the fall
- Compact, extremely dense growth, rounded habit
- Bloom Time: Early spring
This boxwood cultivar is a Canadian introduction, found by Andre Poliquin in Quebec, Canada.
Mont Bruno Boxwood Growing and Maintenance Tips
Grows best with cool moist roots and mid-afternoon shade. These boxwoods can tolerate full sun to partial shade, dry to drought conditions, and a range of soil types. They can be pruned any time of the year and can be used for topiary, hedging, and stand-alone specimens. Young plants benefit from winter protection (burlap wrap) in an exposed location.
Buxus sempervirens 'Mont Bruno' (COPF) Characteristics
Moist to Average
Average to Dry Soils
Flowering TimeEarly Spring