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Troy Rhone Garden Design
what kind of privacy trees are in the background?
what kind of junipers are these. do they alone give privacy
Gem' arborvitaes. They grow about three-four feet wide and create a solid screen. Thank you. Troy
evergreens junipers spruce provide privacy screen
Narrow evergreens with thick foliage, such as the arborvitae (Thuja spp) in this photograph, upright junipers (Juniperus spp) and columnar blue spruce
pungens 'Iseli Fastigiate') need little pruning and provide a year-round screen that is much taller than most building codes will permit for structures
Koreman Landscape Company
Evergreen windscreen idea:When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind: •The trees should be evergreen and have branches
for a screen from the street. A little to informal but has a japanese feel.
Color groupings of evergreens for screening
When selecting trees for a windbreak, keep in mind:The trees should be evergreen and have branches all the way to the ground.The trees should be well adapted
Michael Glassman & Associates
Michael Glassman Designs
What material was used to make this screen?
privacy screen backyard with metal insert
makes this the perfect spot for an attractive garden feature, such as this screen that allows in the light and the view, while obscuring the lines of the
Ditto! What is the screen material?...I love the fence/screen and the weeping
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Hamptons Beach House
Are these screens available or custom made? And costing for this? Thanks!
Very interesting. Screening is cut out of sheet steel?
Great job - could you tell us who fabricated the screens?
remove these screens as and when required or are they fixed?
Bok Modern specializes in Laser-Cut metal panels for use as green screens, railings, canopies
Thanks, the screens were fabricated by Zahner, ..., and designed by us in collaboration with TowPoints.net.
Are you asking about the screens? If so, they
Hi Katherine - these are custom designed and fabricated screens. We would be happy to design something unique for you as well.
Privacy screening - you could choose a more geometric pattern, if you prefer.
interior. In this screen the steel's tensile strength is conserved in spite of the relatively open organic pattern.
Troy Rhone Garden Design
What's the name of the tall slim evergreen trees in this pic? Thanks!
Sculptural elements framing and creating privacy
love the clustered conifer evergreens and placed
architectural evergreen trees. Neat, defining and beautiful.
Block winter winds. In cold climates plant evergreen trees and shrubs to block northwest winter winds. Dense windbreaks can cut wind speed by 85 percent
SB Garden Design
Venice Sculpture Garden
to do something similar for privacy from neighbors. Thank you.
What type of vine is that? Is it evergreen? Thanks!
This is the exact height I have been looking for to provide a little more privacy. Thanks!!
This is a custom made iron screen. A resource for beautiful trellises is .... Good luck!
Screen with vines growing on it
nicer that still provides privacy. I like the shrubs with the flowers here. What are they? Thanks!
what is the evergreen at the lower left joining
Can u tell me what those two very big evergreens are in the background?
You can do a screen capture of the image on your computer. As long as you are just using the
evergreens and plants front yard privacy
lawn is a soothing place of rest amidst the large conifers and broadleaf evergreens at its edge. Stunning!
Use evergreen trees at least twice the height of your home and plant them perpendicular
Arrow. Land + Structures
Wilmette Residence Landscape - Privacy Screen, Freestanding Cedar Trellis with Vine, Bluestone Terrace and Stone Steps
I'd like to create some privacy for a 12 foot section along my driveway. I have between 1 foot 5" to 1 foot
of trellis to have privacy and to grow vegetables
love the vine covered wood lattice. I'll have to find a large leaf evergreen vine.