The artificial Ivy hedge is perfect, giving me the privacy on the part of the fence that is overlooked by houses on the main road where I can not plant
Fantastic for maintaining your garden's natural beauty, this artificial ivy hedging is a great solution for those with gardens with unsightly fences, old brick walls or even nosey neighbours. Quick and easy to set up, this screening can create the illusion of a fully grown hedge in just a couple of hours. This virtually maintenance-free screening can go almost anywhere and can even add a splash of colour to a patio or balcony.
"Does an excellent screening job for insightly walls."
Reviewed Tuesday, 4 October 2016
"Goods as stated. Very pleased with quality. Will buy again"
Reviewed Sunday, 2 October 2016
"Really easy to use excellent product would recommend to everyone and we will use this company again very fast delivery"
Reviewed Monday, 12 September 2016
"Excellent for screening neighbours unsightly items stored against a chain link fence. Looks realistic as the fence is in quite deep shade with ivy ground cover ;would probably be less realistic in full sun."
Reviewed Wednesday, 27 July 2016
"Very realistic finish to the product have now purchased three times"
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 June 2016
"Very efficient service from point of order to delivery."
Reviewed Saturday, 25 June 2016
"The actual product was good."
Reviewed Thursday, 23 June 2016
"Good height, realistic enough when viewed at a little distance - appropriate for my needs,covering neighbours unsightly storage on the other side of a chain link fence, in the shade of overhanging conifers."
Reviewed Saturday, 18 June 2016
"Excellent service and we love the product"
Reviewed Sunday, 5 June 2016
"The ivy effect is so realistic and has been complimented by all neighbours. I had read previous reviews and knew it wouldn't be a total block so not disappointed. If you did want a complete block you would need to double up on this product. Product looks good and is going the job it was purchased for. Very pleased and would recommend."
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 May 2016