Ivy Fence Roll From Geranium Street Floral Is Hot New Product for Backyard Privacy

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Made to look like real ivy, the Ivy Fence Roll can be used to cover wire mesh fencing and create a privacy barrier and block out unsightly views.

Ivy Fence Roll

Ivy Fence Roll

I bought the double sided ivy fence roll and installed it during the weekend. Problem solved and I couldn’t be happier!

The Ivy fence rolls from Geranium Street Floral are made of UV rated polyurethane and last for years in intense sunlight without fading.

How many times have you visited someone’s backyard and had to view the neighbor’s (often unsightly) backyard through the wire fence? The new Ivy Fence Roll can cover wire mesh fences and it looks like the real thing. It creates privacy for you and your neighbors while giving the appearance of genuine greenery.

The beauty of faux Ivy is that it requires no water or pruning, and there are no dead leaves to clean up. The Ivy Fence roll is easy to install and can likely be done in an afternoon. Hotels, golf courses, and many other businesses are also putting the Ivy Fence Roll to good use. One tennis club covered their entire tennis court fences with the product.

Jason Briggs of Fallbrook, California bought the double side ivy fence roll to block out an unsightly vacant lot next to his property. “I couldn’t afford to build a wall at the time, but was tired of looking at that ugly vacant lot full of overgrown weeds and junk,” Briggs said. “I bought the double sided ivy fence roll and installed it during the weekend. Problem solved and I couldn’t be happier,” Briggs added.

There are now videos online that show the step by step process on how to install the double sided faux ivy. Other related products include artificial boxwood hedge, boxwood bush, and artificial boxwood topiaries. Many people mix and match the products and create fantastic green areas inside and outside of their houses.    

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