The Q&A Archives: boxwood

Question: boxwood is yellow
is it dead
will it turn green later

Answer: Some boxwoods remain green year around and others turn a yellowish green. Without knowing which type of boxwood you are growing, the yellowing leaves might simply be the oldest leaves being naturally shed, or it could be that your plant is dormant and will green up when the weather warms. It's too early in the year to tell, but generally you can expect green leaves in the springtime. Hope so! If not, your plant is dead and will need to be replaced.

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