Garden Reflections 8 Panel 2m sq Faux Berries & Greenery Living Wall

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This water- and weather-resistant faux wall is made up of leaves with tiny berries and includes eight panels, each of which can be further broken down into four smaller panels, so you can customise your look. From creating an intimate feel in your garden to bringing lush greenery to your indoor space, this Garden Reflections living wall is an on-trend and stylish way to refresh your decor.

Fashionable foliage - living walls are a great new trend and perfect for making all kinds of vertical surfaces look a little more interesting. You can disguise unsightly walls, cover up open fencing for more privacy, or bring rich greenery to areas of your garden that get little light. It’s great for homes with a small outside area, adding that serene green touch to your space, and you can even introduce nature inside with a lush focal wall.

Customised looks - with eight separate panels which can be broken down further, you've got endless possibilities. You can put them all together or split them up for smaller surfaces, plus they're great for corners and around windows.

Functional flora - made from a water and weather-resistant plastic, the foliage is attached to a lattice back, with each panel actually made up of four smaller square segments which are attached together to form the larger section. They come with 32 green cable ties so you can fix them to trellises, railings, fences, or even nail them to brick and concrete walls (nails not included).

  • Panel as received (l x w): 50cm x 50cm (19.7" x 19.7"); when split into smaller section panels (l x w): 25cm x 25cm (9.8" x 9.8")

Colour options:
  • Red Berries
  • Yellow Berries
  • 8 x faux, single-sided living wall panels - with a choice of detachable berries
  • 32 x cable ties
  • Instructions

Keep berries out of reach of children

All measurements are approximate

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