salt-bush in the foreground looks great growing up around feature trees
London plane trees shade the drive of a Bridgehampton, New York, residence created by the architecture, interiors, and landscape firm Sawyer Berson and furnished by LRS Designs.
For driveway planting: correa alba hedge, westringia topiary, with freeform saltbush and correa dusky bells with ground cover silver spur flower
Aangelegde tuinen door tuinonderneming Monbaliu - Romantische living tuin met strak Biopool overloopzwembad
Balls of topiary in a modern minimalist garden design
Robert Boyle Landscaping - Moorooduc : Balls of tightly clipped Westringia bushes.
green clouds of buxus
klimroos - Cloud boxwood and white climbing roses
Posts about Gardens to visit in Holland on Out of my shed
Border the south fence?
Westringia fruticosa (Coastal or Australian Rosemary)
Landscape in Private Residence in Damme, West Flanders, Belgium designed by Stijn Cornilly (featured in Ulrich Timm's Exklusives Gartendesign under Grüne Hügel, Belgien - www.
boxwood "cloud" formation/hedge-- from Kate-- would work on shade side
Jake Hobson, cloud pruning Great contrast of textures
Cloud boxwood, landscape design by Tuinen Denieplant - Aalter - Belgium
Formal Tailored Gardens ~ Boxwood Spheres Randomly Placed in Minimal Grey Gravel (Sequin Gardens)
Stylish garden created by Ludo Dierckx, Belgian landscape for a Rotterdam client in the Netherlands. The use of white flowers, along with lavender and buxinhos convey elegance to the design
Formal but informal planting multi shaped box balls under trees to give texture and billowing shapes all year round
Beautiful boxwood garden by Arabella Lennox Boyd on the Rue du Bac in Paris. I love boxwoods and have many in my garden. The French do boxwoods so well!
Ruinous wall with shaped hedges