Boxwood Hedges at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
TreeScapes & PlantWorks’ artisans were called upon to frame the statue with custom-built, Artificial Italian Cypress Trees that complement the historic design by adding the color, texture, height and depth to the marble water feature.
Guests who ride the escalator alongside the fountain are treated to a stunning view of the multi-tiered waterway which is adorned by beautifully manicured, Artificial Hedges and Topiaries, designed, constructed and installed by the team.
These Double-Layered Hedges incorporated a unique “Cheese-Wedge” lower structure and a “Half-Sphere” topiary upper assembly, resulting in a unique visual display that was specifically engineered to create symmetry within the confined space.
Due to the proximity of the fountain, commercial-grade exterior foliage and custom-crafted, galvanized, steel inner cores and framing were used for the Hedges, Topiaries and Cypress trees.
More traditional Faux Boxwood Hedges were placed elsewhere in Caesars Palace. Wide planters each held four “Cube” Topiaries. These were a little cleaner and less whimsical than the Forum Shops waterfall, but equally beautiful!
The quality and the texture of Artificial Boxwood components allow for the creation of great architectural shapes. Many of our national award-winning designs incorporate this new, cutting edge use of Faux Boxwood.
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