The evergreen boxwood is usually used as a border for beds or as a hedge. Since it grows very slowly, in addition to having its price, it annoys the garden lover when the Boxwood yellow leaves gets.
This is usually the case in spring. On the one hand, it is certainly due to the fact that the boxwood must also be watered in winter, although it is assumed that watering is unnecessary in the event of frost. However, he needs water, because although the surface of the earth is thawed, the plant cannot draw water because the earth is still frosty.
Once the boxwood is on the Gilben, you should spice it up with special fertilizer and good watering. Then cut it back in autumn. You can carefully remove the dead branches.
With box trees growing in tubs or planters, you cannot see to what extent the soil is still damp. There are buckets with an automatic water level indicator. It is displayed whether the bucket needs to be watered again. Of course, such containers are not exactly cheap, but it is worth it.
In the following years the boxwood recovered again. But it is always important to remember that the boxwood gets enough moisture.