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Thank you for this article, I have had 4 boxwoods planted at my front door for over 12 years. Very easy to take care of, but this year, I went out, removed all the leaves and noticed that they had all fallen forward. We had the mildest dryest winter I can recall. One of them was completely dead, all leaves dead and it appears the others are going that way also. I planted them so as to make a wall, they grow so slow, its been working, until now. So will I need to dig all of them up to protect the lilac, and japanese maple that surrounds it. What a horrible disease, truly, boxwoods are great for people who have no special skill for gardening. Truly sad an entire species of plant could be killed. Please keep us updated