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Unfortunately, after the yews were purchased, there was scarcely enough money left to buy sufficient boxwood. So I bought enough plants to outline the geometric rose beds, and then I tucked boxwood cuttings (clipped from my existing stock) in between the plants. The cuttings rooted quickly, and two years later, the young plants matched the stature of their parents.