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Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
type of plant is the one to the right of the photo?
On the tall plant to the right in the photo with the bushy blonde color on the top? I love it
good looking plants that screen, yet are soft and fluid in form
privacy screen. Could be used by the hanging swing
Soft plants; but want lower for our front
I like the natural privacy screen of plants
allows me to work with the plants I already have
privacy screen. While you want your front yard to be more open and friendlier, you still want to balance that with a bit of privacy. After all, no one really wants to be on stage or display, do they? There are ways to create some friendly privacy so that your message is still one of, "Hello, neighbor!"
some soft plantings near the street or sidewalk, and aim to have the overall height of these beds hover around the waist or the chest. Anything taller, with the exception of an occasional small tree, will be too overpowering and send the message to keep out.
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
create a screen and save space.
use this as a fence for the boys; plant herbs
horizontal plant fencing
another use... a living screen
Great screening idea
Another view of screen
interesting wall divider with plants
The screen nudges you off the driveway and around the side, down a granite flagstone path to the private garden.
Plant screen...idea to plant herbs...Privacy screen...Plant hangars...'Potted' plants...Plant screen.
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
love the planters and the plant!
Privacy stick plant in planter for front of house
Could plant runaways like raspberries to keep in check
behaved plant, known to take over entire landscapes. That is, unless you plant it in a place where its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
We are a landscape architectural design company located in Northern Virginia, specializing in the development of upscale residential poolscapes, hardscapes & landscapes.
Atypical Type A
of the plant wall as extra seating plus bamboo used to hide an ugly wall!
This is similar to an idea I have for a patio against our back fence. I like the idea of raised planters with a wide enough top for extra seating and I like the idea of framing the sides of the patio with tall plants to create
patio with plants and a table with chairs and maybe a gorgeous tiled wall and lanterns is interesting outdoor living rocks
of lush plants.by Atypical Type A
away with planting less established plants. Bamboo screening is a great way to cover up ugly fences instantly while waiting for plants to grow. A mirror behind a wrought iron sconce wall hanging provides a focal point and makes the space look larger (it looks so pretty at night with the candles lit).
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Idea of plants to enhance the railings
the same plant, it gives the garden modern lines and structure.
5. Use plants at the edge of the deck, either inside or outside the railing. I also suggested to Chanellem that the railing over the garage could be pushed in a few feet, allowing for a spot for planters with vertical plants, such as
row and plant each with something uniform and tall. Any grasslike plant will do. When or if you have to move, you can take this green screen with you.
SB Garden Design
What plant is that with the orange flowers?
Hi, not sure if that's the proper term but how is that trellis/screen attached to the block wall? Also, where might I be able to find something similar? In big need of exactly this! Thanks!!
whats the height of the wire screen?
needs screening from the afternoon sun
I've seen screens like this available from Bunnings; otherwise their are a few places that specialise in custom made screens. I've found a few online...
I like the screen with the
create screen for vine growth and added privacy. Use smaller frame materials.
climbing plants to new heights with a wire trellis. Less expected than wood, a metal framed trellis gives the patio an appealingly rustic look. The custom trellis design shown here is from TerraTrellis.
espalier our apples to be a screen?
privacy screen ... double the use of space by using espalier pruned apples or pears for a privacy screen??
Great screening option - pears, apples
Espaliers as a screen
Screening for back yard corner
trees as screen...Armillary planting...Garden screen...Espalier Screening...Plant screen
Christopher Hoover - Environmental Design Services
tidiness of screen enclosed in planter
reed plants for privacy
Horsetail Reed as screen
Planted screen in raised bed
I like the bamboo screen
screen in raised bed
Love the privacy screen
Bamboo screen, stone
Reed plant...Bamboo screen...Wall and plant...Screening plants...The Bamboo Screen...love the plant...Plant to the left...Bamboo screening...Plant on lft...grass plant