you used on both sides of the door?
landscaper.....I'm hoping you have or can refer me to does know. Thank you.
don't need to be trimmed as most hedges do, but you will need to remove creeping stems that get too close to pathways or structures by cutting through them with a sharp knife.
Shown: Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11)
point to front of house- simple roof line but nice curb appeal
palms for hedges=Golden cane palm (Dypsis lutescens, zones 9b to 11) is a popular one, and it takes on golden hues when grown in
zones 8b to 11) makes a dense and leafy shrub for small spaces, as its small, fanned-out fronds take up very little space. Dwarf sugar palm (Arenga engleri, zones 9 to 11) and fishtail palm (Caryota mitis, zones 9b to 11) are especially noted for their wavy, fringed leaflets and ruffled texture.