Artificial Fruticosa Artificial Fruticosa
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Artificial FruticosaArtificial Fruticosa
Artificial FruticosaArtificial Fruticosa

Artificial Fruticosa

The contemporary artificial fruticosa tree features a decorative twisted stem and a mixture of light and dark green bonsai topiary foliage. Ideal for home and offices alike, this incredibly realistic artificial tree is eye-catching and a guaranteed conversation starter.
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  • £100.49 inc VAT

Size - Height in cm



Categories: Office Plants, Trees, Topiary Trees

Designed for Indoor Use

This product is designed for indoor use because it isn't UV stable.

This doesn't necessarily mean that you can't use them outside.... we just don't recommend it.

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Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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Hassle free returns

We offer a market-leading 60 day returns policy. Simply get in touch and then return the goods to us...

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Our artificial fruticosa tree features a twisted natural wood stem which is supported by a virtually invisible internal cable. Because of the intricate design, the tree will flex considerably when moved. This faux fruticosa tree features light and dark green bonsai foliage which is manufactured from polyethylene, making it look and feel insanely realistic.


  • Height: 180cm (6ft)
  • Pot measurements: 20cm Ø x 15cm (H)
  • Width: 60cm (2ft)
  • Number of leaves: tbc

Our fruticosa, like most artificial trees, arrives in a plain starter pot. We firmly recommend replanting this into a larger, more decorative planter to improve the overall appearance and stability of the product. A plant pot with a diameter of at least 30cm, such as the Allure ribbon (pictured) would be sufficient for the large artificial fruticosa tree.

Looking for a different style topiary? View our full range of artificial topiary here.

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