High-quality Material: Made of environmental protection and odorless high-quality plastic. The polyester fiber blade looks natural, not fade in the sun and rain, resists high and low temperatures, anti-aging, and can be used outdoors for a long time.
Coverage Range: Each hedge panel provides a coverage of 40*60cm, and the panel looks great on walls, fences, etc. Add decorative panels to your home, office or wedding to make your space look new!
Realistic Artificial Plant Wall: The leaves of artificial plant wall look very natural, which can make any indoor or outdoor area bloom with simple feeling without water. Use zipper or tape to install. You can crop them to get desired size and shape. Can be used as wall decoration, fence protection, privacy protection screen.
Noise Reduction: The realistic leaves can also act as a windshield, reducing street noise and providing an extra sense of relaxation.
Multiple Purposes: The artificial privacy fence can be used for balcony privacy shielding, terrace decoration, wedding wall, bar wall decoration, commercial sign wall decoration, restaurant wall decoration, etc.
1. Durable and not affected by weather, UV-resistant, not dry out or fade even in harsh outdoor conditions.
2. Easy to install and easy to clean: The grid on fence back can be seamlessly connected and trimmed, and it is flexible and can be bent at will. The vine leaves can maintain evergreen appearance all year round without watering and trimming, easy to clean and maintain.
The Handbook of Texas was the brainchild of past TSHA President Walter Prescott Webb, who boldly declared it would be “a reference to practically any topic on Texas history.” The initial Handbook was published as a two-volume set in 1952, with a supplemental volume published in 1976.
Today, the Handbook is entirely online and includes 27,429 encyclopedic entries on the influential people, eras, and events of Texas history. Its staff of editors continuously works to add and update entries to ensure its accuracy and comprehensiveness.
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The Texas Almanac is a biennially published reference work providing readers with information on the history of the state and its 254 counties, people, government and politics, economics, natural resources, and many other topics. Each edition includes featured articles unique to each edition. The 2020-2021 book includes insights on the state’s rapidly growing population and changing demographics.
We seek to encourage and improve the teaching of Texas history for the next generation. From our year long Texas History Day program for K-12 students, to our Webb Society chapters for college students, to our Teaching Texas website for teacher resources, TSHA hopes to reach as many Texas students as possible.