Artificial Buxus Ball
- Available in a variety of sizes 27cm, 40cm, 55cm
- UV stable, therefore suitable for outdoors
- Next working day delivery for un potted items (orders before 2pm)
- Free chain for hanging your topiary
Our artificial Buxus Balls are 100% botanically accurate. This is reflected through the attention to detail. The leaf structure, both shape and colour has been so carefully crafted. This foliage style is less clipped than our boxwood and the foliage is mainly one shade of green.
Our fake Buxus Balls are made using the finest quality latex and plastics to ensure they stand the test of time and appear beautiful and healthy for many years. This topiary is such an accurate replica that it even feels real to touch. Take a look at the close up images to see the attention to detail.
Where can I use this artificial Buxus Ball?
Artificial Buxus topiary looks stunning in pairs framing the entrance to a property. All of our plastic buxus balls are UV stable which means they have been protected against discolouring or fading. Many cheaper versions on the market are not UV protected which causes them to fade to a green/blue colour. We are so confident in this product, we offer a 12 month guarantee.
Our artificial Buxus Balls look beautiful in either a planter, or hung as a contemporary alternative to a hanging basket. If you would like your faux ball potting into a decorative planter, please choose from our stylish range and simply select the planter of your choice from the drop down menu. Included in the price of the planter are pre-glued stones which we will send to place on top of the planter and which will set to a hard stone crust. If you would like to plant this repica Buxus ball into the ground or an existing planter then please select 'stem' option from the planter drop down menu. If ordered without a stem or a planter we assume you will be hanging you buxus ball and will send a chain free of change.
Interesting Fact about topiary
The topiary style dates back to Roman times. Credit is given to Cnaeus Matius Calvinus, in the circle of Julius Caesar, for the introduction of the first topiary to the Roman Gardens. When we look at our beautiful artificial boxwood balls framing an entrance, we now know who to thank!