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Buxus Ball Topiary Plant in Terracotta Planter - Small £4.86 @ Homebase

£4.86 @ Homebase
Buxus Ball Topiary Plant in Terracotta Planter - Small £4.86 @ Homebase statement plant to add interest to all areas. Evergreen and easy to maintain and grow. This plant has been nurtured for 4 yea… Read More
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Buxus Ball Topiary Plant in Terracotta Planter - Small £4.86 @ Homebase

statement plant to add interest to all areas. Evergreen and easy to maintain and grow. This plant has been nurtured for 4 years at our grower.•Pot size: 19cm
•Latin name: Buxus sempervirens.
•Dimensions: (H)20, (W)20cm
•Eventual height: 5m
•Eventual width: 3m
•Rate of growth: Slow
•Evergreen: Retains leaves in Autumn and Winter
•Soil type: Prefers moist but well drained soil, multi-purpose compost with John Innes and slow release fertiliser.
•Planting position: Needs sun part of the day
•Care instructions: Clip in June and September to maintain plant shape.
•Watering instructions: Keep well watered throughout the growing season
•Hardiness: Survives temperatures down to -15°C. Hardy in all areas of the UK even through severe winters. If in containers may need protection during Winter.
•Plant guarantee: Plant is covered by Homebase 5 Year Hardy Plant Guarantee.
•Additional information: Product usually available between January and December.
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[mod]#1
Thanks :)
#2
thank you :D
#3
Says 91 in stock, not letting me order for collection.
#4
Oos.
#5
Saw them in store,total bargain.
#6
Oos
1 Like #7
Coffee100
Oos

In stock near me 99 in Newport store and 87 in Cardiff. In fact plenty of stock at my nearest 10 stores.

Edited By: goldy12 on Apr 14, 2017 14:34
#8
Jonnyblock
Says 91 in stock, not letting me order for collection.

Don't think Homebase offer a click n collect service anymore, just a store stock checker.
#9
rubbish site, says 100 in stock, ordered two and then it said:

This item cannot be reserved at this store
#10
goldy12
Jonnyblock
Says 91 in stock, not letting me order for collection.
Don't think Homebase offer a click n collect service anymore, just a store stock checker.
They do offer a reservation service - just picked up a table and chairs yesterday.
#11
Had a look but all the ones in hedge end were in black plastic pots which put me off.
#12
I love a nicely trimmed box :{
#13
Jonnyblock
Had a look but all the ones in hedge end were in black plastic pots which put me off.
Why would the pot put you off the plant?
#14
#15
markjean
Jonnyblock
Had a look but all the ones in hedge end were in black plastic pots which put me off.
Why would the pot put you off the plant?

Because an actual clay terracotta pot is normally expensive and therefore the deal is hot.
Browsing the plants this seems to be the normal price too.
#16
How can anyone think these look decent? These are cheap and tacky.
4 Likes #17
No plants are tacky! All great for cleaning up the air, which is what we all need.
#18
Thank you OP. Lots of these at Homebase Oldbury - bought 2 for either side of the front door!
#19
Just wanted to say a massive thanks to the OP for posting this. I have two big pots ready to go either side of the front door. These small balls were too small for my needs but having looked at the link the large pyramids looked great value at £12.50. I checked local stock and most places seemed out of stock but I managed to track 2 down in Ashbourne store. Wasn't able to reserve online and thought 'wild goose chase', i'll get there and non in stock (despite the website saying they had 2). Anyway visited today and found the two plants priced at £25 each on the label but sure enough they scanned at £12.50 each. I think the staff were shocked / gutted they didn't get their hands on them.

So i'm now the proud owner of two large pyramid box plants for £12.50 each. Just got to try not to kill them now.

There may still be a few around if other people want them. There was still 1 at Doncaster last I checked.

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