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Hedge Fence is a faux ivy hedge that is built against a wooden backing. This backing enables you to set it up as a stand alone fake hedge anywhere you need. With it, you can hide things in your yard behind the hedge and no one will know that it is not real. What's more, you alleviate the time and money associated with trying to maintain authentic hedges. These hedges will look good all year round.

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The cost of Hedge Fence is $59.95 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $66.9.
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Features

  • Long

    It can cover sixteen linear feet and spans eight feet long.

  • Lightweight

    It is lightweight which means you can easily move it around from one place to another.

  • Cover All Things

    You can cover fences, air conditioning units, trash cans, and anything else in a subtle way without drawing the eye too much.

  • Natural Looking

    The hedge is natural looking, so people will think it is real because the leaves are constructed out of realistic, weather resistant material.

  • No Tools

    There are no tools required.

  • Reusable

    It is reusable; you can place it anywhere you need over and over.

  • Weather Proof

    The hedge is weather proof.

  • Create Privacy

    You can quickly and easily create privacy, decoration, and cover whatever you do not want exposed.

Pros

  • Better Than Real Hedges

    Hedge Fence is a way to hide any eyesore immediately. Instead of trying to plant and grow natural hedges that you have to maintain all the time, you can avoid digging, planting, or watering with the Hedge Fence. This unit is an expandable fence that can stand on its own, and it replicates the natural appearance of regular hedges.

  • Hide Anything

    This unit lets you hide unsightly things and increase the curb appeal of your home in an instant. You can decorate and beautify your yard. Hide things easily like utility boxes, pool filters, or meters that you just do not want exposed. What’s more, chain link fences or patio railings that you cannot get rid of can be easily covered up with the Hedge Fence. When you are done using it, it collapses to just one foot thick.

  • No Threat of Bugs or Animals

    You can hide any awkward trash cans, air conditioning units, or gardening tools without worrying about animals or rabbits eating away at the hedge. Due to the fact that it is a fake hedge, it will not attract bugs or any other diseases that are often associated with live hedges.

Cons

  • Ivy

    It is ivy like all other fake hedges. You do not have the option for any other plant. There is no explanation as to why ivy is the only option, but nonetheless there seems to be no chance of a new plant type added any time soon.

  • Not as Lush

    The images shown with the advertisement show it as a dense, thick ivy screen that appears lush. However, this is only the outcome you achieve if you do not expand it all the way. If you expand it all the way, then the ivy becomes less dense and you can see through it just by looking at it. For this reason, it might be in your best interest as a consumer to get two.

How it's Different from Competitors

Comparatively, this faux hedge is different in that it comes with the wooden back. The frame offered here is unlike other frames. Most comparable products are things you have to attach to something, such as a wall, a window, or a fence. You have to slide them over an existing structure.

This can make it difficult to hide things like meters or garbage cans since you regularly need access to them. What's more, it also means that from both sides you cannot be fooled by the hedge. With Hedge Fence though, you can be fooled from both sides and you do not need to affix it to something else. It does boast fake ivy as the plant of choice, like almost every other alternative on the market, however, it is significantly bigger than others. What’s more, it expands farther, allows you to set it up horizontally around something, at a ninety degree angle, or flat against a fence. You get to choose how far expanded you want it to be, from one to eight feet.

Alternatives

  • Artificial

    Artificial hedges are things that have been around for quite some time. For many years there have been artificial hedges sold online for about the same cost, but they vary in terms of their size, shape, and quality. Almost all of them are expandable frames with faux ivy. Some contain slats that slide over an existing fence.

  • Natrahedge

    The NatraHedge Expandable Lattice offer realistic looking ficus foliage along the front with a solid wood frame along the back. This makes the lattice a beautiful fake addition to your yard from all 365 degrees. It is ideal for hot tubs, pools, decks, your yard, a backyard, and anything in between.

    Their leaves are made to not only look like real leaves but feel like real leaves even if you touch them. Allegedly the only thing that sets them apart from real leaves is the smell. The special leaf technology used is proprietary and not found elsewhere. You can install it in minutes indoors or outdoors.

    When you expand it you can cover ninety eight inches by thirty inches either vertically or horizontally. However, when it is contracted, it stands only twenty six by fifty one inches. There are no tools required to install it. Made from 100% eco-friendly materials the unit is UV stable and will not fade in the sun.

Save Money

This unit absolutely saves money insofar as installing, growing, and maintaining a hedge is incredibly expensive and time consuming. If you choose to create a hedge, you need to pay for the gardening supplies, the compost or mulch, in addition to the plants and tools. Once you spend money on the initial cost, you have to spend money maintaining, cleaning, and watering the plants. Real hedges have to be grown a certain way, trained to work up and around something like a trellis. For this reason you need to spend more money on continual maintenance.

Save Time

Real hedges take time. You have to invest your time in growing the plants, training the plants, and maintaining the plants. Authentic hedges have to conform to housing rules, community rules, and more. In the winter months, the plants might even die out and you might need to spend more time cleaning up their dead leaves and replacing them.

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