For Homes

For most homes, the best use of boxwood hedges will likely be to provide an attractive way to mark the boundaries of the property. They provide a neat, practical and attractive way to enclose a back garden or to decoratively mark out the edges of a front garden. Those homes with a large garden or a lot of land attached may have more scope to use them in other, more purely decorative ways such as marking out different sections or lining avenues.

For Businesses

The average business has more flexibility in how it uses boxwood hedging than the average home. One of the main ways in which they can be used, however, is essentially the same: marking out the boundaries of the property in a way that is both attractive and practical.

Businesses that do not really have much or any outdoor space attached can also benefit from deploying synthetic hedges directly in front of their premises in order to make their shop front stand out with attractive greenery on an otherwise grey and generic high street. Some businesses may even wish to use synthetic hedging indoors to help create an atmosphere and evoke a sense of the outdoors.

Natural or Synthetic

It will be necessary for homes and businesses alike to decide whether to use natural hedging or synthetic. For many business purposes, such as store fronts and indoor use, artificial hedging is the only appropriate option.

For many other applications, however, it is simply a matter of choice. It should be noted, though, that in these situations synthetic hedges still offer several key advantages. They need much less maintenance, and they always look their best throughout the year, regardless of weather conditions.

If you want to find out more about synthetic boxwood hedging, there is plenty of information available on this site. Alternatively, if you have more specific questions or would prefer a more personal approach, please get in touch to speak to a member of our team.