A slow-growing dense, upright, evergreen boxwood that usually grows to about 3 ft tall in the first
10 years and eventually mature to about 7 ft tall. It was introduced by Sheridan Nurseries in Ontario, Canada in the mid-1960s
as part of the Sheridan Series. Narrow elliptical leaves (about 3/4" long) are a glossy dark green and turns a bronze
color in winter. It is a hybrid with parents that are thought to be Buxus sempervirens 'Suffruticosa' and Buxus sinica var.