Canary Wharf Garden AFTERTransitional Patio, London

Design ideas for a traditional back patio in London with decking and no cover. —  Houzz
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Susan Vale wrote:12 September 2014
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    We used artificial deluxe boxwood hedge panels which come in 25cm squares. The foliage is set on a heavy duty matting which allows flexibility and allows you to create natural shaped curves and corners. Around the perimeter of the panel there are very strong hard wearing fastenings that resemble press studs. These press studs allow numerous panels to be fixed together to form hedges as little or large as you require. The boxwood foliage features lovely shades of green to replicate real live boxwood. I have also added a link to the company we bought from - good luck Sharrina

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Cheryl Freedman added this to 11 Good-looking Ways to Frame Your Garden21 April 2017

Fake itDo you love the idea of a natural boxy hedge to frame your space? Does the thought of cultivating and maintaining it bring you out in a cold sweat? Then a faux wall of greenery could be for you.In this smart backyard, neat artificial hedging looks surprisingly convincing and helps turn the space into a serene, private retreat. The greenery contrasts well with the mid-tone decking too. Search online for fake conifers, ivy and other specimens, but expect to pay more for bespoke or realistic options.

Jo Simmons added this to Compact Courtyards That Are Big on Style23 May 2014

Go for a green screenReshape your courtyard and shield it from a view over unattractive sheds or neighbouring houses with an artificial hedge. This creates a cocooning feel thanks to its green, natural look, which is more appealing than a brick wall boundary.

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Liva Asoo added this to Liva's ideas24 March 2020

I think that he walls are such a nice creative idea, a bit plane and could make that space feel more cozy and welcoming.

Trudy VanUden added this to NH backyard22 March 2020

Artificial hedge… a solution to lack of privacy

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