Think Outside the Boxwood: Alternative Plants for Gardens and Landscapes (C 1107) University of Georgia Extension Since 2014, boxwood blight has been steadily spreading throughout Georgia landscapes and threatening large and economically important boxwood plantings. This publication provides alternative plants to replace boxwood in landscapes across Georgia. It offers updated information on new cultivars and cautions against use of plants on the GA-EPPC invasive plant list as well as species and cultivars affected by common pests and diseases. 2017-01-19 11:37:45.54 2017-01-19 11:36:51.383 Think Outside the Boxwood: Alternative Plants for Gardens and Landscapes | Publications | UGA Extension Skip to content

Think Outside the Boxwood: Alternative Plants for Gardens and Landscapes (C 1107)

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Since 2014, boxwood blight has been steadily spreading throughout Georgia landscapes and threatening large and economically important boxwood plantings. This publication provides alternative plants to replace boxwood in landscapes across Georgia. It offers updated information on new cultivars and cautions against use of plants on the GA-EPPC invasive plant list as well as species and cultivars affected by common pests and diseases.

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Published on Jan 19, 2017