Hedge Wall Panels

With Tiger Lily Garden’s hedge wall panels, never compromise your privacy again!


Its material, polyethylene, make it odourless, eco-friendly, and resistant to fading under the Sun. The artificial hedge wall panels will maintain the aesthetic value of your walls or fences.

Our boxwood panel has a smooth texture and a vivid green hue. You will be surrounded by greenery all the time!

The hedge wall panel may be securely fastened to any wood frame or chain link fence using the eight interlocking connections, or you can just do both.


Perfect for providing privacy to any place – patio, garden, yard, sidewalk, fence, or other outdoor structure. Additionally, it can be installed in the loungeroom, terrace, office, front desk, holiday party, and other places.

Product Details


You can make artificial wall grass using a few easy steps:

  1. Gather the equipment and materials.
  2. Plan and measure the area of the wall.
  3. Grab the artificial grass panels.
  4. Cut the grass according to the desired area.
  5. Onto the wall, fasten the grass using a staple gun or an adhesive.
  6. Customize it according to your liking.
  7. Maintain the wall.

To attach an artificial hedge to a brick wall,

  1. Use chalk or a pencil to outline the area, then use a 5mm masonry drill bit to pre-drill holes, spaced roughly every 25 cm.
  2. After holding the panel upright, firmly grasp the plastic backing while you insert a 5mm Nylon Plug with a washer.
  3. Pound the nylon plug in.

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 colour. Attach a stand to the board. Use this surface to attach your grass panels to create a green wall.

Here’s how you can attach fake ivy to the wall.

  1. Get fake ivy vines for the wall. Get an estimate of the required area and buy the vines accordingly.
  2. Attach transparent hooks to the wall with equal and adequate between them.
  3. Hang two to three vines per hook with one side longer than the other.
  4. Add another layer of vines if you do not like the gaps.

To make a simple photo backdrop using a boxwood hedge,

  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.

Artificial hedge wall panels make a good privacy hedge as the leaves are fake so they do not fall off in the fall season and your privacy will never be compromised, not to forget it will not require any trimming or waiting over weeks for it to grow enough.

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 a Pampas grass wall,

  1. Gather all the required materials and equipment.
  2. Cut the stems of the pampas grass and align them on a cardboard cut to the required area.
  3. Glue the entire stem on the cardboard.
  4. Glue the second piece close enough to the first one so there are no visible gaps in between.
  5. Continue glueing more pampas grasses to the cardboard making sure the flower heads are of the same length and equally distant.
  6. Use smaller pampas flower heads for the second/inner layer.
  7. Keep on adding layers until you no longer have space left.

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