Geranium Street Floral of San Marcos has introduced a new line of decorative artificial boxwood bushes with wicker and steel pots for the 2014 spring season. They have artificial boxwood bushes, artificial boxwood topiary balls, and fake hedges in their stylish wicker pots and modern steel planters. People are anxious for nice weather after an unusually long and harsh winter throughout much of the country, and now is the time for decorating.
The stylish new lineup of fake plants and chic planters will accent any deck, balcony, patio, or veranda. Wicker has long been the ultimate design material for exterior furniture, and Geranium Street has purchased a whole variety of wicker planters, pots, and vases, in different colors. When combined with the artificial bushes, or topiaries, the wicker planters really look classy.
Geranium Street employs a designer who has created a line of steel planters in different colors. These steel planters look great with artificial boxwood bushes, or artificial hedges. Large steel planters with an artificial hedge can be used as a privacy barrier on a balcony, for instance, or at an entrance to create a regal impression. The planters are made of lightweight steel and are very durable, and will last forever.
Although much of the country is still waiting for snow to melt, California and the Southwest are currently experiencing a serious drought, and many people are looking for ways to save water. Artificial plants require zero water and almost no maintenance, other than an occasional dusting. When combined with native plants, artificial plants blend right in. Check out Geranium Street’s new line of water-wise products.
The wicker planters and topiaries are great for exterior design, but interior designers love them too. Many commercial designers have discovered artificial bushes and topiaries to decorate office lobbies, hotels, and restaurants. Artificial plants just make sense for most commercial applications, because they are water free and low maintenance. Given the scarcity of water today, I think they make sense everywhere.