Boxwood has traditional landscape use, just think of old English or French gardens. It has a small evergreen ovate leaves where the venation does show at all. The leaves are about 1cm. The flowers are born in the leaf axis but unnoticeable for the eye.
An evergreen shrub it has a green foliage, the leaves are thick and glossy, and the plant has Y-shaped spines on the branches. The plant has also nice white flowers that have a nice fragrance especially at night.