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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 105 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product was easy to install and perfect as a "barrier" We have been trying to think of something to put outside of our dining room and living room windows to obstruct our view of the old fence. There are rocks and gravel below the fence so no living plant would last long. Now we see a beautiful ivy trellis when we look outside the windows. Plus, it was extremely easy to install! Could not have asked for a better purchase. Thank you! October 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great item! I have been looking for something just like this to conceal an unsightly area near the HVAC unit behind our home. This is the perfect solution! No one would ever imagine that it is a "faux" trellis. Looks very real! Thanks! October 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product does exactly what it advertises The flexibility to change size is a great feature. It creates instant coverage and privacy and looks like natural ivy. My neighbor destroyed years of ivy growth on an ugly chain link fence. This screen was an instant fix. I was able to weave a few remaining Ivy vines into the screen and you cannot tell the difference between the natural and the synthetic. I checked out the price of individual vines and the value here cannot be beat. October 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by This Product Makes me Look Smart I needed something to mask our neighbors unsightly pool equipment visible through our iron fence - and to substitute for the boxwood that died in the Houston drought. This product just expands to the length/height needed and looks very natural. It makes me feel smart to have discovered this! December 6, 2011
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What does it look like from the other side.

Im considering purchasing 2 of these to put along a wood gate for privacy in my pool area. The other side of the gate faces the street. So I need to know what it looks like from the other side. If I use the ivy facing the pool then what faces the street. Does someone have a picture.
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The leaves on the other side are more flat on the backside. Both sides look so identical. I have had for several years now, two hanging over my windows outside and looking from the inside, they look gorgeous. I have had so many compliments. The durability is incredible and I live in Chicago "The Windy City".
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It looks great from both sides. I couldn't tell which was the front and which was the back when I opened the box.
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If you stretch out the unit to it's fullest, you'll have 60-70% visual reduced coverage. If you want 90-95% visual reduced coverage, then plan to put a layer on each side, inside & out. So possibly double up! Nice device though to work with!
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it is natural branches built into a lattice and you can see a fair amount of ivy through them
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Thank you for your question.
The other side shows more of the wood trellis and some of the ivy may poke through in some places where as the facing side you would see more of the ivy and less of the wood trellis. It would not distract or be unattractive for what you choose to apply the trellis to.
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How flexible is it?

I would like to buy this to wrap around an ugly telephone pole that is in my garden. Every one who reviewed it seems to be using it on a fence. How flexible is it? Will it wrap a telephone pole?
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It's not flexible and won't wrap around a telephone pole. The trellis is wood, so it won't bend.
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Thank you for your inquiry and question.
Unfortunately this item is not flexible enough to bend. The substrate is made of willow wood and would definitely break if placed around a circular item.
What may be a better choice is item #'s 363876, Ivy Screen 39"H or 414734 Double Leaves Screen, 39"H. Improvements has other sizes also available which can be used for many useful purposes.
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Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately this fence is not flexible to be wrapped around an object. It expands and is suggested for a flat surface application.
Improvements does offer for purchase outdoor flexible screens that would work for your application in the following choices:
faux ivy leaf, item #'s 363876, 363884,
pothos leaf and double sided leaf screens, item #'s 414717, 414729 414734,and for grass weave screens, item # 414709.
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Sure, I would say so. The trellis is made of wood itself, so you could use some skinny nails to tack it up to a wooden fence. Be sure NOT to use thick nails as you may split the thin wood of the trellis. Be aware, it is meant for privacy or decoration, not to keep out farm animals or mad dogs.
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Yes. The ivy is on very sturdy crisscross bamboo, which can be wire attached to most anything, vertically or horizonically (is that a word?).
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Thank you for your question.
Improvements would recommend the faux ivy screens instead due to the flexibility. They can be attached to a stationary fence and used to help camouflauge unsightly areas. Rip ties, wire or twine can be used to attach to the structure. Those sku's are 363879, 363884, 414717, 414734, 414726. The ivy expandable trellis is nice for a patio area on a wall of a deck railing doubling as privacy and as a decorative accent.
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how do you attach the screen?

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The faux ivy comes pre attached, all you have to do is set it where you want it. The trellis is made of real wood, so you could use tiny thin nails (NOT thick nails), or wire, depending on where you are putting it. I have mine against vinyl siding of my house. The screen can vary in size from short and wide to tall and very narrow depending how far you stretch the accordian-like trellis. With the vinyl siding on my house, it was flexible enough for me to just squeeze it and wedge the trellis itself right behind the window sill edging. Wedged just sitting on the ground of the flower bed and NO OTHER supports or hooks any place, just holds its shape. I have had it there for 2 years just like that!
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I used zip ties.
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Thank you for your question!

Depending on where you would like to hang the trellis would change what kind of hardware that could be used for this item. We recommend that you go to their local home DIY store to seek advice on what to use depending on your application.

If placing the trellis on a fence, then strip ties or wire can be used.
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Poles to secure it? Winter hardiness?

I plan to use this trellis to hide two heat pumps. The space is 6/1/2 feet long and 40" high so I would use it horizontally. How do I secure the ivy in the ground? I saw some poles listed with a netted ivy cover but I am not sure if they will work with this trellis.

Also, does anyone leave the trellis out during northern winters? If so, how well did it hold up?

Any information would be appreciated. Thank you.
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I secured mine with metal poles originally intended for straightening tall plants, like sunflowers. Then I just used zip ties to attach the trellis to the metal poles. I live in upstate NY and plan to leave mine up all year, so we'll see how well it fares in the winter but I think it will be fine. I've had other faux ivy on a trellis outside year-round, and it was fine.
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Thank you for your questions.
Improvements recommends that this be secured to a structure like a fence or brick wall with the use of zip ties or wire. If you use it as a stand alone item with poles or stakes it may not last as long. The trellis portion is made of branches and really is more as decorative privacy than used to hid utility units. Improvements carries Resin Woven panels and Wood Panels that would hold up much better for your needed application.
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