I don't know about you but this looks like a boxwood with a creamy edge or variegation to me. When I saw a group of these beauties on display at a local nursery, I instantly fell prey to temptation and brought this one home with me. The tag gave its name as 'Glencoe,' one of the Chicagoland Growers series.
All of the many boxwoods we grow in our garden are from the Chicagoland series. We've never lost one, no matter how cold or fierce the winter. The only time we've lost boxwoods was a nameless pair foolishly purchased on sale at Home Depot.
Here's my problem: When I went online looking for more information on 'Glencoe' all I could find were solid color boxwoods with nary a mention of a creamy margin. I couldn't find any variegated boxwood listed as part of the Chicagoland series. So something is not right.
The nursery where I bought the plant is now closed for the season. I will check in with them next spring, but in the meantime, is anyone growing 'Glencoe' boxwood or one that looks like this? I'd love to hear from you if you are.