Beautiful boxwood to elevate your entrance
- Outdoor use
- No hassle
Who doesn't love a pair of beautiful faux-liage balls? No hassle and no maintenance. Just hang them up or pop them in a pot and admire their timeless beauty.
Our standard delivery service costs £5 (free when you spend
£100 £25 in November) and takes between 2-4 working days. Upgraded delivery services may be available based on your location.
Some locations may cost extra and take a little longer. For more information visit our delivery page here.
If the product isn’t suitable or you simply don’t like it, you can return it to us for a full refund.
- 60 days to return the item to us
- You will need to cover the cost of returning the item
- Use a courier comparison website to get the best price
For further information or to submit a return request, visit our returns page here.
In the unlikely event that the item arrives damaged, please get in touch with our customer service team.
Boxwood ball duo in the wild! 🌿
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Reviews & questions
Everything you need to know
These beauties may be fake, but they certainly don’t look it! Plus, they get rid of all the faff that usual hanging baskets bring. Hanging basket hassle begone!
With luscious boxwood foliage, our faux-liage balls carry a classy, traditional look with the perks of modern techniques like UV stable two-tone leaves which create the look of new growth!
Last but by no means least, each artificial boxwood ball comes attached to a strong steel chain so you can hang them straight from the box or turn them upside down to pop in a pot! Read below for some top tips on how to do this 😉
Rather plant than hang your faux boxwood balls? Easy peasy. There are two ways to do this. You can either bury the steel chain in the soil, or you can push a garden peg through the mesh of the ball and stake it into the ground.
If you need any help with this, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Did you know?
Boxwood has been cultivated for ornamental purposes since 4,000 B.C by the ancient Egyptians.