New Boxwood

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I know the drill, don’t cut it, don’t touch it, just let it grow.

I liked this tree because of the low branches sprouting out. I did not notice the twin leaders halfway up the tree, and I also didn’t notice that all the branches only grew on one side.
All the others had a very abrupt trunk chop though, and only grew straight up.
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So, from everything available, this one did stand out a little.
Is anyone able to tell me exactly which species this is?
 

JoeH

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I am sure someone will mention the soil. What is it? Looks like its fresh from the pasture. :)
 
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@petegreg just stumbled upon a random pic that confirmed that, Harland Boxwood, which means...?

@JoeH i'm living in a temporary city for a month, just popped down to a bonsai guy i found down the road to help me pot it
 

petegreg

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