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The most common varieties of plants used to create topiary are thickly leaved evergreen shrubs such as Buxus Semperviren (boxwood), Eucalyptus Gunnii, Yew, Bay, Holly and Privet.
Traditionally used in formal garden settings or parterres, topiary trees are grown and pruned into decorative shapes or sculpture. They are usually made from thickly leaved evergreen shrubs such as box, cypress, privet or yew.
Yes, topiary trees are traditionally grown and sculpted from real trees. Most often, they are made from thickly leaved evergreen shrubs such as box, cypress, privet or taxus (yew).
Thickly leaved evergreen shrubs such as laurels are often used in topiary. Bay laurels can grow to a mature height of 60 feet but usually grow to about 10 feet tall.