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Heather Moll-Dunn Landscape and Garden Design
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This border, with evergreen informal hedge not stone(can't afford) Wish we had sidewalks and curbs. But we don't, so face this inside and just really tough ground cover perennials outside:
informal hedge.
“Plants” — pckilgore
Ark Gardens
Ark Gardens
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Photo by owner and designer Chris Kolb. This is a native Arrowwood Viburnum (Viburnum dentatum) privacy hedge to separate this Chatham estate from its close proximity to a busy beach access road. Viburnum blooms in spring and then displays good fall color in autumn.
Privacy hedge close to road
Informal hedge...vibernum hedge
“viburnum” — truthseekerbip
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Cistus crispus
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ground cover or informal hedge. Cooling foliage and bright flowers enliven landscapes that may otherwise have been left barren.
Distinguishing traits. A sun- and heat-loving plant, rockrose makes a colorful and lush heaping ground cover or informal hedge. Cooling foliage
Distinguishing traits. A sun- and heat-loving plant, rockrose makes a colorful and lush heaping ground cover or informal hedge. Cooling foliage and bright flowers enliven landscapes that may otherwise have been left barren.Cistus crispus, zones 8 to 10, cascades down a rocky path.
“Rockrose” — morganacr
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Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
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How to use it. Fernbush thrives in hot, sunny locations. A showy specimen plant, it also works well massed as a screen or an informal hedge. Use it as a foundation plant along south- and west-facing walls, or in a xeric mixed border. Fernbush has a relatively coarse texture and makes
How to use it. Fernbush thrives in hot, sunny locations. A showy specimen plant, it also works well massed as a screen or an informal hedge. Use it as a foundation plant along south- and west-facing walls, or in a xeric mixed border. Fernbush has a relatively coarse texture and makes a great foil
“russian sage” — avalu
Le jardinet
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How to use it: As an informal hedge For filtered screening As a specimen shrub Adjacent to a window or sitting area so you can enjoy the hummingbirds and light fragrance As part of an easy-care mixed border
How to use it:As an informal hedgeFor filtered screeningAs a specimen shrubAdjacent to a window or sitting area so you can enjoy the hummingbirds and light fragranceAs part of an easy-care mixed borderCombination ideas. Notice in the photo here how the delicate pink sepals open to reveal the white flowers
“Abelia 'Edward Goucher' Le jardinet” — Cherry Ong
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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A secret garden with informal hedges
your very own secret garden even in a suburban backyard. The trick is to create small, contained 'garden rooms' such as this one. Note the large, informal hedge to the left that provides screening and privacy.
“secret garden look” — bellashing
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Ribes sanguineum
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dry, partial-shade areas, although it still needs winter moisture to grow properly. Plant it in a shady parking strip, massed in shrubberies or informal hedges, in native gardens and in difficult, partial-shade, back-of-the-border areas. That said, don’t hesitate to plant it in a featured spot in the garden
“My birds will love this.” — mcloran
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Pink-A-Boo® Camellia
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making a beautiful addition to the cool season garden. Float blossoms in a bowl to enjoy the fragrance indoors. An excellent choice for a colorful hedge, espalier, or border shrub.
from inside the home, if you have a spot sheltered from afternoon sun. It also would work well in any mixed border design, planted en masse as an informal hedge or at the edge of a woodland garden. Look for Yuletide (red, single flowers with a large boss of yellow stamens), Pink-A-Boo (clear pink single
from inside the home, if you have a spot sheltered from afternoon sun. It also would work well in any mixed border design, planted en masse as an informal hedge or at the edge of a woodland garden.Look for Yuletide (red, single flowers with a large boss of yellow stamens), Pink-A-Boo(clear pink single flowers
“Camellia” — liketodecorate
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