Boxwood Spiral Topiary with Romanesque Planter, 67"

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$144.99
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What's better than a spiral topiary tree? The tan Romanesque pot gives it a classical look that'll look great in traditional home designs. The tree never needs trimming or shaping, just the occasional dusting or light cleaning. Don't have a green thumb? No worries! The fake spiral topiary tree doesn't need watering or sunlight. Or if you want to spruce up the patio, it can be put outside as well.

12.0" L x 67.0" H x 12.0" W 22.1 lbs. Natural Plastic Irregular Store 789112577159 54-11
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would recommend this to a friend
5
13 days ago

Perfect for outside our front door

Thanks for having been wanting forever
3
3 Months ago

Not good for out doors

Tress are a nice touch to curb appeal but If using outdoors they fall over easily with wind or rain
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6 Months ago

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Very disappointing considering the plant was only bought recently. The cleaners lifted it to move and clean and the plant detached from the base. Seems the glue holding it together is not strong enough. They did the same to the 2nd plant like this that I bought and this one did not detach so I am not sure of the quality in general as this shouldn't happen. Thinking of returning it to the store.
5
6 Months ago

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Made a big difference in the sunroom
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3 Months ago

I like this thing!!

My live topiary was killed five years in a row until I realized the pine needles from next door were causing it. Replacing natural with these should do the trick. I wish the bottom was a bit wider.
Gottalookgud
Oak Forest lL
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3 Months ago

I really love these on my front porch!

I love the looks of this spiral. The only thing that could improve is the pot they are in. It's a nice terra cotta, but with terra cotta is is highly breakable! For such a tall topiary, it needed a weightier pot. I bought anyway as I intend to secure them partially in the ground next to the porch door.
Beverlia
Kennewick, WA