Giant Boxwood Ball Giant Boxwood Ball
Giant Boxwood BallGiant Boxwood Ball

Giant Boxwood Ball

Our giant boxwood ball is a huge alternative to our classic, common sized topiary balls. It’s the perfect addition to your entranceway or garden. Simply place in a statuesque planter, perhaps add some of our LED lights and position.

This giant ball arrives whole, but does not come with a hanging chain.
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  • £115.99 inc VAT

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Categories: Plants, Topiary Trees, Outdoor Plants

Designed for Outdoor Use

This plant is designed to be used outside. Find out exactly what this means in our UV Guide here.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

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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Our extra-large boxwood ball is produced from hard-wearing, UV stable plastic. The foliage is two tone and provides more than enough depth to avoid light shining through this product (an issue with cheaper balls). The ball arrives whole and is ready to be set into a large planter of your choice.

Because of its size and eye-catching nature, this giant topiary ball is popular addition to installations, exhibits and events.


Details

  • Diameter: 60cm
  • Manufactured with durable hard-wearing plastic
  • Each ball arrives as a whole


Natural boxwood or box shrubs are a trimmed version of the evergreen shrub buxus. It’s widely used in the UK, Europe and North America to produce stunning topiary spirals, unique shapes, furniture as well as bog standard hedging.

Artificial boxwood is a simple solution for those who want topiary without all the hassle. Once positioned, our giant boxwood ball will maintain its shape for years to come. No maintenance required.


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