1. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning bronze or orange?
Boxwood Buxus starts bronzing because of fungal disease caused by the fungus Collectotrichum Theobromicola, typically during cold seasons. Provide the plant with soil drench fungicide.
2. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning yellow?
Typically the Boxwood Buxus turns yellow because of cold conditions either because of cold drafts of winter season. Move the plant to a location where there is access to warmth. Most times the Boxwood Buxus will get greener once winter is over.
3. Why is my Boxwood Buxus turning brown and dying?
Parasitic nematodes cause Boxwood Buxus to turn yellow or brown and eventually die of malnourishment because the nematodes steal nutrients from the plants. At such time it is best to separate the plant from other plants to stop its spread.