Will never outgrow its shape, and never needs water
Great housewarming gift
Plant shape: Topiary
Container Dimensions: H: 6 In. W: 6.5 In. D: 6.5 In.
Dimensions (Overall): 27 inches (H) x 17.0 inches (W) x 17.0 inches (D)
Weight: 14 pounds
Faux Floral Material: Plastic
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor, Outdoor
Plant Variety: Boxwood
Item Number (DPCI): 065-07-1661
Give your hallway a touch of vibrancy and color with this 27" Boxwood Ball Topiary from Nearly Natural. Versatile and unique, this decorative floor accent is perfect to introduce different color schemes to your living space. Featuring soft, green leaves shaped it into a timeless ball topiary. Durable and sure to never outgrow its shape, making it ideal for outdoor use. Silk arrangements are manufactured using synthetic materials, such as polyester material or plastic, and are well designed and constructed to be life-like in appearance. This item may need to be re-shaped when removed from the secure box to allow it to reach its fullest size. Your tree will look beautiful for years to come; simply wipe clean with a soft dry cloth when needed. Measurements are from the bottom of the container to the furthest extended leaf or branch on the tree. Width dimensions are also calculated from each furthest outstretched dimension.
MATERIALS: Plastic, Iron Wire, Polyester Materials, Cement
This boxwood is absolutely perfect and beautiful! It’s big, beautiful green color which is so realistic. I purchased 2 and added them in tall black urns at my front door, which looks stunning! I get tons of compliments and it makes my entrance look rich. They are very full, packaged perfectly and come in a heavy pot so it’s easy to place inside an urn or pot without worrying about it blowing away. I received it in just 3-4 days and it was cheaper than amazon, big plus! I highly recommend these beautiful boxwoods!
From the pictures, I thought it was going to look very realistic. It is a typical "plastic" boxwood. You would have to be a good 15' away to even consider it was real. I thought it was more of a preserved boxwood. That was my fault for not doing more research.