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Boxwood Panels

With our boxwood panels, get creative and dive into the sheer bliss of DIY projects!

Features

New high-density polyethylene is used in the construction of these boxwood hedge panels to provide protection from the Sun and weather resistance. No fading, even with rigorous outdoor use. It may be easily cut and attached to create any form or size you desire.

These are natural-looking, lush green, and captivating. We can assure you everyone will love taking pictures in front of whatever project you create with these boxwood panels.

Applications

Our boxwood panels are frequently utilized for numerous types of façades. Ideal for both interior and exterior décor that protects your privacy, perfect for garden fences, privacy screening fences, foliage wall covering, and wedding decorations.

Product Details

FAQ

One order of 12 boxwood panels will create a backdrop measuring 6.5 by 5 feet. So, to create a backdrop larger than that, measure the desired area and then see how many panels you would need to create the backdrop.

To make an artificial boxwood wall,

  1. Get a plywood piece big enough for the wall size.
  2. Paint the plywood board black or green to hide the wood color.
  3. Now, join the hedge panels using the snap-and-lock system, and secure them further with cable ties.
  4. Staple the panels to the wall using a staple gun. Make sure you staple across the plastic mesh on the back of the panel.

You can attach foliage panels with interconnecting links, also known as the snap-and-lock system. You can further secure them by fastening them with plastic cable ties. To attach foliage panels to a wall, you can staple the panels with an industrial-grade staple gun.

A boxwood backdrop could be as big as you like. But most backdrops are 6 x 6 feet or 8 x 8 feet.

You can attach both real and artificial flowers to the boxwood. First, cut the flower stems to no more than three inches. Stick them into the backing system of the boxwood. Now, staple the stems to make them stay in place.

To set up a boxwood backdrop,

  1. Get a plywood piece or two (depending on the size of the backdrop you are aiming for) and splice them using nuts and bolts.
  2. Paint the plywood board black or green.
  3. Now, join the hedge panels using the snap-and-lock system, and secure them further with cable ties.
  4. Staple the panels to the wall using a staple gun. Make sure you staple across the plastic mesh on the back of the panel.

The majority of commercial studios employ 9′ wide by 10′ long backdrops because they are suitable for taking full-length portraits, family photos, and larger product shots.

You can make a backdrop for a green wall by simply attaching faux grass boxwood panels to the backdrop stand. To make a backdrop stand, use Oriented standard board panels and join them with nuts and bolts. Paint the surface black or green to hide the wooden color. Attach a stand to the board. Use this surface to attach your grass panels to create a green wall.

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