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Artificial Boxwood Hedge Making Appearances in Upscale Places


Artificial boxwood hedge is turning up at some very luxurious hotels, restaurants, office buildings, and upscale apartment complexes. Artificial plants may have once been considered de-classe, but no longer as the new artificial plant products look lush, hip, and modern. Green walls are in and even if they are not live plants, people respond to them quite positively.

Geranium Street Floral

Artificial boxwood hedge in a restaurant

Artificial boxwood hedge in a restaurant

 

Artificial boxwood hedge in a bar

Artificial boxwood hedge in a bar

 

Faux boxwood hedge at hotel

Faux boxwood hedge at hotel

began selling artificial boxwood hedge four years ago, and since then sales have exploded, especially among commercial property owners. More and more commercial building mangers are switching to artificial plants because they are maintenance free and require no water. Water is at a premium, especially in the dry southwest and California, that is experiencing one of its worst droughts in history.

Many people have not yet seen artificial boxwood hedge and maybe can’t imagine how it could be exciting. It adds color, it adds texture, and adds that something extra that creates an image in people’s minds. Restaurant owners who have installed artificial boxwood hedge report the number of positive comments they receive on Yelp and other social media sites about their hip and modern décor.

Covering a plain concrete wall with artificial boxwood hedge can make such a difference in the perception of visitor’s minds. Just that little bit of added décor may make a world of difference in how customers see a certain place. Artificial boxwood hedge give property owners that competitive edge that people can’t quite put their finger on.

Apartment owners are installing artificial boxwood hedge in their apartment complexes for decorative and privacy reasons. It may not be practical to grow a real hedge in a courtyard for instance, but it is practical to install a fake hedge that can be put up in an afternoon. Once more, the faux boxwood hedges don’t require trimming, pruning, or watering. Building residents just love the fake hedges as well.



by Bob Smith, Owner, Geranium Street Floral, California, U.S.A.

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