Boxwood is an evergreen, small-leafed shrub with rounded, glossy dark green foliage. Buxus Sempervirens is very slow-growing with a tight, compact habit resulting in a dense, even form when clipped. Due to these characteristics, Buxus is very often used for topiary and geometrical low-hedging and is invariably grown for its attractive foliage. These elegant multi-stem Buxus specimens feature a rounded ball-shaped crown on top of raised multi-stems, with around 5 or 6 stems per plant. Because the topiary crown is raised above ground level, these Multi Stem Boxwoods present an interesting alternative to the regular Buxus globes.