Faux Boxwood Balls designed by Geranium Street Floral of San Marcos were used by the Birds of a Feather Fashion show and luncheon to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County. The event was put on at the beautiful Jolla Hilton at Torrey Pines. Geranium Street Floral donated six unique artificial boxwood topiary balls on spires to line the fashion show runway.
That was just one use for faux boxwood balls among many. Customers all over the United States are calling Geranium Street Floral to order artificial topiary balls for their gardens, their decks, courtyards, balconies and as decorative items inside their houses. The company sells faux boxwood balls that are UV rated and can be placed outside, or non UV rated that can be used indoors.
Faux boxwood balls are used for a variety of reasons at events, such as centerpieces at weddings, or in conjunction with faux boxwood hedges. In the case of the fashion show at San Diego, six faux boxwood balls complimented the runway and the models perfectly. They added that extra bit of class and atmosphere to an otherwise boring conference room. They are transportable and reusable for event after event.
Geranium Street Floral creates a whole line
of faux boxwood balls in wicker, wooden, or metal bases. Wicker is always classy, always popular and they have wicker pots and vases in a variety of colors that perfectly compliment the various sizes of topiary balls. These handsome faux topiaries are certainly conversation pieces wherever they are placed.
Faux boxwood balls, faux boxwood hedges, and faux boxwood bushes are becoming the talk of the design world as they keep popping up at high class events such as the fashion show luncheon in San Diego. Not only are high quality faux boxwood plants showing up at events, but also in high end retail and commercial spaces all over the country. Look for them at your favorite restaurant or office building and you might see them. Most people think that they are real.
by Bob Smith, Owner, Geranium Street Floral, California, U.S.A.