Boxwood Mats, Outdoor Artificial Foliage, Wall and Fence Covering.

Flagstone and Artificial Turf

Outdoor artificial foliage comes in many shapes. Artificial grass and trees are probably the first items that come to mind. When designing a project with these items one should take a look at other types or outdoor artificial foliage. The free standing items-such as potted boxwood balls, potted trees and doing a window box with artificial shrubs are small projects. Larger projects are artificial grass and outdoor boxwood hedges.


Artificial turf and rocks can be combined to create a no- maintenance landscape. Many people add succulents to this mix for diversity. Another no maintenance product overlooked is the artificial hedge. This product can be added to green up a rock setting. this will also compliment the fake grass as the the hedge can go vertical.

Artificial Boxwood Hedge Walls


Dry creek beds can be a fun addition to the yard. Let me ask a question: How many dry creek beds have no vegetation in them? This question brings to mind the look of a project and the desire to create a very real looking landscape that is easy to handle. Lets look at a picture of a dry lake bed.


By adding succelents, artificial plants, and some artificial turf, this dry lake bed really comes to life. Some different ideas for this lake are artificial boxwood balls and bushes. These outdoor plants would make a nice addition to the yard. Too many times have landscape projects been left to look like a nuclear bomb exploded and just wiped out the vegetation. The goal is beauty and fun of creation in the D.I.Y project, low maintenance, low water cost, and durabillity.

Geranium Street Floral provides many types of artificial outdoor boxwood and ivy products. These products can be found on Amazon or at the online store. Since Bob got his start in the artificial grass business, he has a handle on outdoor products with UV protection. Artificial Grass needs to last a long time and so do the rock landscapes that are being installed with all the dry weather and increases in water rates.


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

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