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The modern trend of artificial hedges indoors

No doubt, the English countryside offers the finest setting for quintessential garden parties, if weather permits. With long dark and cold winters and countless rainy days, how are you supposed to enjoy your garden? Well, how about taking it indoors, away from the harsh rain, gusty winds and cold.
People are longing for be close to nature. A spot of "green" has a calming effect and increases productivity. Quirky bars and cafes have artificial hedging planters outside, and have started bringing the fake plants indoors, adding themes and atmosphere.
Some people may find the idea of artificial hedges indoors a bit bizarre. With lifelike replica plants so authentic you could hardly tell them apart. With no watering, weeding or cutting necessary it's maintenance free. Unlike real plants, these synthetic plants wouldn't attract creepy crawlies and insects, and leave no mouldy spots or leaking pots. Further more, plastic plants have no harsh thorns. They are children and pet friendly. You may have concerns about plastic materials indoors being a fire hazard. No worries, the fire retardant ingredients were added during the production process so they can not catch fire.
With evergreen artificial hedges you can enjoy them all year round, from cosy Christmas to refreshing summer, especially with UV stabilizer added to prevent discolouration and fading.
You might see hedging displays at many commercial places, shopping malls, restaurants, hotel lobbies. Considering putting artificial hedges somewhere in your own home seems like a big step. However, selecting the right style and creation can add a modern and personal touch to your home.
More details and pictures are available to see on our website at www.hedgedin.co.uk. you can also follow us on twitter @hedged_in and on Facebook

The modern trend of artificial hedges indoors



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