Plastic Boxwood Hedge Wall Covering

Fake hedge in walkway

Fake hedge in walkway

Plastic boxwood hedge wall covering is trending at upscale commercial properties and residences.  New manufacturing techniques of artificial plants have made them more affordable and better quality than ever before. The new artificial hedge panels look so real it is uncanny.

Artificial boxwood hedge mats can be affixed to any flat surface, including chain link fences. Custom artificial hedges can be built using lightweight galvanized steel wire. Artificial hedge mats can be affixed to block walls, wooden fences, plaster walls, or sheetrock.  This offers an exciting alternative to traditional wall coverings and brings life to any room.

Restaurants are using plastic boxwood hedge wall covering both inside and outside of their locations. Some restaurants have covered their entire storefronts with artificial boxwood hedge. This helps to set their locations apart from all of their competition. It really catches the eye of people driving by.

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Construction barriers look 500 percent better when covered with artificial boxwood hedge mats. The barriers can be taken down once the project is completed and then reused again. Some communities are even requiring contractors to put up more appealing temporary construction barriers, and the fake hedge panels work very well for that.

Temporary artificial boxwood hedge wall

Temporary artificial boxwood hedge wall

Privacy fences are often created with artificial boxwood hedge. People can raise the height of their existing walls or fences by up to a foot, giving them that extra level of privacy. What is even better is that the artificial privacy hedges look like real hedges, but they don’t need to be watered or trimmed. UV rated plastic boxwood hedge is designed for outdoor use.

Plastic Boxwood Hedge Types

  • Artificial boxwood hedge
  • Artificial living wall
  • Artificial holly leaf mats
  • Artificial succulent mats
  • Artificial Ivy
  • Artificial hanging vines

Robert Smith started Geranium Street Floral as a small company that would supply artificial plants and flowers to equestrian events, but by accident found out there was a huge demand for these products by architects and designers.  Before long, Smith was even taking trips to China to meet directly with manufacturers to keep up with the demand.

“We have discovered that although many of these products may look alike, they are not comparable in quality. We have discovered through trial and error, which products are the best and that is all we carry now. Some of the early products we purchased were fried by the sun with six months outdoors,”Smith said.  You can see Geranium Street’s full line of artificial plant products at their online store.