Large - Height 6ft/174cm Width 46cm
Medium - Height 4ft//122cm Width 30cm
PLEASE NOTE: The planter is not included, if you like to order a planter with this tree then please call us to arrange.
The height of our artificial Buxus Spiral tree is measured from the bottom of the starter pot to the top of the spiral. If you would like to raise the height of your artificial topiary tree when potted, then the height would increase by up to 1 foot (i.e. a 6ft Buxus spiral potted would reach the height of almost 7ft).
Our fake Buxus spirals have a dense foliage covering. The foliage is a mix of mid and dark green with a few shades of lighter green to mimic new growth. The stem is replica, however it has been carefully crafted with great attention to detail which makes it a very accurate replica. Also, natural wood will rot over time, whereas this replica stem will last several years to come!
Quality - Our artificial spiral topiary trees are premium quality made using top quality silks and plastic to ensure they look lush and healthy for many years. We are so confident in the quality of this product we offer a 1 year guarantee.
Our faux Buxus spiral trees both look and feel very much like real topiary trees. This effect is created through great attention to detail by closely replicating the botanical shape and texture of the live foliage.
Where can I use this Buxus Spiral tree? Thinking of using these artificial Spiral Topiary trees outdoors? These are the perfect trees for you as they are UV stable and hardy to all the outdoor elements. Replica Buxus are a very classic yet contemporary style tree and very striking when displayed framing an entrance. This topiary will look beautiful on your patio, roof terrace, or even indoors.
At Christmas time these trees are can also be transformed into an alternative Christmas trees with some twinkly fairy lights.
An interesting fact about Artificial Buxus Topiary - Buxus is planted around the foundation of a home, and often on either side of the front door, to protect the inhabitants. The tradition of using box wood as a foundation plant endures into modern times