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Boxwood spiral (on spike)

Β£84.00incl VAT

Not quite perfect boxwood spirals.

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 ficus trees 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.

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Delivery information

  • Free delivery on orders over Β£75
  • Delivery takes 2-4 days
  • Next day delivery from Β£8

Our standard delivery service costs Β£5 (free when you spend Β£75) 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.

Fast delivery

Order by 13:50pm, choose 'fast delivery' and we'll dispatch your order today (weekdays only). Delivery is normally on the next working day. Read more

Reviews & questions

Everything you need to know

With a range of four different sizes, no fear of disease, pests or maintenance, what's not to love?!

We’ve tested our faux boxwood spiral in a special UV chamber so it lasts in the sun, no factor-50 required! Plus, the dense foliage is designed to replicate the natural growth cycle with several shades of green so it looks like it’s actually growing.

This faux topiary tree is fabulously formed, selectively sculpted and brilliantly bold all at the same time. No wonder it’s a customer favourite!

All of our faux topiary arrives in a plain black pot. This should be put into a slightly larger and more decorative pot when it arrives with you. This will increase stability and help the tree blend into its new home.

Potting your tree is simple. You can read our full potting guide here, or follow these basic steps:

1. Select a pot, with drainage hole, which is slightly larger than the faux trees starter pot

2. Pop the tree into the pot and ensure it is straight

3. Fill around the pot with sand or soil and compact

4. Top off with decorative gravel

Alternatively, you can plant your topiary tree straight into the ground using the tips in this video.

Our artificial trees are designed to be low faff for you, and they will be… trust us! Arranging the foliage sounds complex, but in this case, it’s really just fixing up any foliage that was flattened in the box.

To do this, start at the bottom of your tree and gently work the foliage out. Remember that topiary is designed to be tight… so in other words, you don’t need to do too much.

If in any doubt, give us a buzz and one of our team will be happy to help. 😊

Our whole range of outdoor artificial topiary trees is UV resistant which extends their lifespan outside. However, there’s still a couple of things you can do to ensure your new tree has a happy and long life.

If your tree is potted, rotate it from time to time to ensure any weathering happens evenly. During extreme weather like high winds or prolonged rainfall, try to protect your topiary. This can be moving it indoors or to a sheltered area or protecting it if it can’t be moved.

The other, which applies to natural wood topiary trees, is to apply stain to the base of the tree on an annual basis.

For more information, check out our guide to caring for outdoor trees.

If the boxwood spiral (on spike) isn’t right for your space, you may be interested in another from our range. View our full range of artificial topiary trees here.

Did you know?

Boxwood was first used in Egypt in 4000 BC.

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