Archive for October, 2014


Eco-friendly Landscape Design Utilizes Artificial Boxwood

Eco-friendly landscape design ideas often include mixing native live plants with artificial plants, decorative stone, and driftwood. Old fashioned landscaping with sod is out, especially in drought weary California where water is scarce. Many people are realizing that it is plain irresponsible to keep water lawns and plant species better suited for a wetter climate. […]

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Backyard Landscaping with Artificial Plants

People are looking for new backyard landscaping ideas and artificial plants are becoming more popular as water is at a premium. California is currently experiencing a serious drought and many residents are looking for more water wise ways to landscape their domains. Artificial boxwood hedges, fake bushes, artificial ivy and other artificial plants are some […]

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Fake Boxwood Hedge as Coyote Proof Fence

People in southern California and elsewhere are installing fake boxwood hedge as a one method to make a coyote proof fence. If you live in Southern California, or many areas of the West, you have probably seen coyotes roaming in suburban neighborhoods. There are many instances where small domestic pets are injured and even killed […]

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Artificial Boxwood Pet Fence Protects Pets from Predators

Artificial boxwood hedge can be used to create a pet fence that predators canโ€™t see through or jump over. Anybody who lives in southern California has probably seen coyotes roaming through their neighborhoods. As food and water becomes scarce in their natural habitats, wild animals wander into civilization, and often, small pets make a tasty […]

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