ARTIFICIAL BUSHY BUXUS BALL
- Available in 40cm, 50cm, 57cm
- UV stable, therefore suitable for outdoors
- Next working day delivery for un potted items (orders before 2pm)
- 100% Botanically accurate
- 3 Year UV Guarantee
- Fitted with a STEM only
Artificial Buxus Ball Dimensions
Our Buxus topiary balls are available in 3 sizes with diameters of 40cm, 50cm & 57cm
The Bushy Buxus are one of our most realistic products and, there is great attention to detail in the thousands of little leave that make up this beautiful plant. The foliage is a rich dark green that is matched to a living mature topiary plant, the outer foliage is slightly brighter and lusher which replicates the new growth. The foliage is then attached to a preserved wooden stem which is an everlasting version of the living stem itself.
Our artificial buxus balls are premium quality, made using top quality silks and plastic to ensure they look lush and healthy for many years. We are so confident in the quality of this product we offer a 3 year guarantee.
Where can I use this artificial Buxus Ball?
More commonly an outdoor product these fake bushy buxus balls have been designed to be hardy to all the outdoor elements. These Buxus balls have been made UV stable which means they have been protected against the UV rays rapidly fading the foliage. These Buxus balls look especially beautiful either secured straight into the ground or potted in some stylish planters or urns.
Our artificial Buxus Balls as standard comes fitted to a stem. If you would like us to pot your tree to a more stylish planter, please select from the options displayed. If you choose this option we will send you some pre-glued stones to place on top of the planter. These will set to a hard stone crust within a few hours giving a lovely finish. The height of the topiary ball will increase slightly it potted. If you would like to secure your planter we can fit a U-bolt or anchor point to the back. Please request this in the notes section when you checkout.
Interesting fact about topiary styles
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 buxus balls framing an entrance, we now know who