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Brewin Dolphin Garden Chelsea Flower Show 2012
David Ward
Please could you let me know what trees and hedges are featured here. Thanks !
here in the Brewin Dolphin garden at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, stilted hedges extend the height of boundary fences or walls, offering more privacy in
in modern smaller gardens.The most popular varieties used for stilted hedges in the U.K. are beech (Fagus sylvatica) and hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), the
stilted hedge -- trees as a hedge
Stepover Hedging
Frank Organ
Very pretty. Will this hedge survive in zone 11? Thank you very much.
controlled with pruning and as shown in the 'step-over' hedge ideabook will form a compact low hedge. The best variety to look for is Viburnum tinus 'Eve
The plant used in this hedge is Viburnum tinus. It is evergreen in most temperate conditions, and will produce abundant pinky white flowers from winter
Step-over hedges. I stirred up a hornet's nest in my ideabook on step-over hedges. These tightly clipped low hedges are becoming quite popular
be controlled enough to create a step-over hedgeHere the variety 'Eve Price' creates a stunning dwarf hedge, as it is more compact than some of the other
spring, are very attractive, with carmine buds and pink-tinged petals.The hedge shown here is cleverly underplanted with bright pink geraniums, which contrast
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
Revolution Design House
Are the lights in the hedge a purchased piece
on boards or is it just intertwined in the hedge?
Does anyone know what this hedging plant is? It looks great!
I like my privacy, we here in south Florida planted clusias for our hedge (I believe the proper name is "ficus
consider creating a barrier with dense plants like this English laurel hedge. This particular plant grows so quickly that some people find it invasive
can I purchase the lights in the hedge?
low hedges used to break up and divide front garden. Used with grasses
evergreens backing the plantings are hedging, but are the rows of grass also hedges? Let's have a look at other ways hedges are being used in today's gardens
thinking about how the use of hedging has changed in modern garden design and whether we should redefine what makes a hedge.Most of us would agree that the
hedge, grasses in front of it
Toylsome Lane Southampton Village New York
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
Privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) hedge slower growing up to 14'
For this hedge the fence is hidden inside. A wire fence, installed to meet the pool code, is embedded in the thick privet, creating both security and privacy
privacy. Brian J. Mahoney of Lear & Mahoney Landscape says that hedges are “a great way to hide an otherwise ugly but required fence.” But beware of
Fabulous hedge. What is it?
Imagine Gallery
Imagine Landscapes
Could you please share the reddish hedge 4th from right. There is begonias, 2 types of
of boxwoods then then a reddish colored hedge. Is it bayberry or something else? very beautiful design
C: T, gorgeous hedges and gray on house with brick
My final thought on the definition of hedging is regarding size. How low can a hedge be to still be a hedge?Boxwood used as edging in knot gardens and
and parterres is still thought of as hedging. Do the lines of the low plantings in this garden also qualify? I think so, but what do you think?
what is the reddish hedge not flowers...Love these layers hedges. LOVE THIS!
Formal Garden Design
inside the walls, could do a yew hedge in places
traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp). Formal hedges will need to be sheared annually — or even more often
Shrubs maintained as a clipped hedge, as shown here, are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense
plant with an ultimate mature size that is similar to that of your desired hedge will be easier to maintain in the long run. It's important for the health
walls and place benches in the room. For a whimsical touch, trim some of the hedges lower in sections to look like additional benches. Add a tree or two to
Hedge, find out what kind of plants
Garden House
Dave Adams Photography
open terrace,stonework,hedge defining the space; symmetry
elements still shine through here, with the open terrace, stonework and hedge defining the space. The symmetry of the plants also keeps the French-inspired
LOVE the hedge border along wall...raised terrace patio with stone, hedge...Hedge and gravel pario...French inspired hedges...buxous hedge...Hedge, table and chairs...Hedge boarder along wall?...The hedges...Boxwood hedge...hedge out the front
Garden Tours
Alison Hodgson
How long did it take the hedge to grow that tall? i wish i would have thought to remove our chain link fence and plant yews instead. it would
From My Local Garden TourThis border of Annabelle hydrangea with a towering hedge of yew stopped me in my tracks. The yew not only provides complete privacy
Shrubs growing in shade behind hedges
Howard Roberts
This boxwood hedge serves two purposes, one to act as a "Green" guardrail to comply with zoning and also a an architecture form of the space.
liriope and boxwood; liriope softens the hedge
What to plant with it. If you've shaped your boxwood hedge to have a crisp, manicured edge, you may want to have some softer forms adjacent to it for contrast
Spring flowers in front of hedge?...hedge - like stones - like
Modern Pool
What type of hedges are those?...What type of hedge is this?...Loving the hedges...hedging, plants, feature walls...Hedging along pool area...Hedging around pool...Hedging and lighting...Hedged trees...Hedge on left
Toylsome Lane Southampton Village New York
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
I love the tallest hedge in the back...what type is it?
There have been many queries about the hedge, we think it's great too. It's California Privet, hardy to zone 6. Good luck.
tallest california privet, hedge in front is hartfield yew english
Tall Hedge Privet is the best...Hedge wall...Privacy hedges...White roses and green hedges...Tall hedges clean lines...icebergs and hedge...hedge- california privet...privacy hedge...Hedge and roses
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