Archive for February, 2015


Seaport Village Renovation Utilizes Artificial Hedge Wall

An artificial hedge wall was put up as a temporary barrier as renovations take place at Manchester Grand Hyatt hotel at Seaport Village. A fake hedge wall, though temporary, looks like a real boxwood hedge and makes the pain of construction to adjoining businesses much more bearable.  Passers by can’t even see the renovations taking […]

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Custom Hybrid Vertical Garden in Downtown San Diego

A custom hybrid vertical garden was constructed and installed on the rooftop of a San Diego apartment building in the trendy Gaslamp district. A new highrise was built in the neighborhood, leaving an unsightly view for the residents of the Gaslamp apartment building.  The owners of the building consulted with the pros at Geranium Street […]

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Artificial Plant Company Expands Product Line

The artificial plant company, Geranium Street Floral, has expanded their product line to include artificial boxwood hedges, faux ivy, artificial topiaries, privacy screens, artificial trees, and fake flowers. The company has revamped their online store with dynamic new pictures and descriptions, and the site is easier than ever to use. They also have experienced professionals […]

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Fake Hedge Walls Used to Block Unsightly Views

Fake hedge walls are often used on balconies, decks, and other areas to block unsightly views. Many nice properties overlook some not so nice properties, freeways, and urban blight. Balconies, walkways and other areas look out onto plain ugly areas. Property owners can build higher walls, or they can choose a more natural looking option […]

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