Not quite perfect bay bush ball.
- Outlet item
- Easy to repair
Please note, this is an outlet item and is slightly damaged.
The images shown are representative of the damage level and do not show the exact one you will receive. All the bay bush ball plants listed here have some damage to the starter pot but can be repotted fairly easily.
Please select an option and read all of the details closely before buying. Or contact us for more information or images of currently available outlet stock.
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.
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A rustic natural wood stem, dainty black berries, and botanically accurate UV resistant bay foliage, all wrapped into one perfect package.
Better still, our bay bush ball comes with all the perks of being a faux. No brown leaves, no pests, no watering, no pruning… just effortless colour and timeless topiary style.
Beautiful, realistic and well made. No hassle or ongoing care. Sold yet? Add one of two to your front door to instantly boost your home’s kerb appeal.
Buying a bay bush ball plant with a damaged pot is a great way to save a few pounds because they need re-potting regardless of the damage. Re-potting a bay is easy and will only take a few minutes. You can find our full re-potting guide here or watch our short video below.
Did you know?
Bay was a symbol of victory and accomplishment in the past.