Hi. I live and work out of Lexington, Ky. With a TON of the older homes with more formal landscaping in town, I have found clouded boxwoods. A customer told me that originally in Virginia, American and similar varieties would fall and create holes as they got large. To help hide the holes, caretakers simply clouded them. The ones that I have seen in Lexington are unlike similar clouded hedges i have seen. Instead of all the clouds being the same size, some are large and some are small (I'm guessing to hide the holes?). Any info or tips on clouding boxwoods would be great. I've heard vastly different theories around town from different companies and was hoping to get some more opinions. Attached are some pictures of a horseshoe I was working on earlier in the season.