Unrivaled in its beauty among boxwoods, the Dwarf English Boxwood has been the most extensively planted boxwood in the United States over the past century. A dwarf that is perfect for and often used as a hedge, its small glossy green leaves provide a fine and delicate texture in the landscape. If left unpruned the shrub will grow to be about 3 feet tall to 4 feet wide at maturity. However, with its slow growth rate of only 1 inch per year it could take 40 years or more to achieve this size. Get all the details below!