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Varios Plantings

Various plantings
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Shawna France wrote:
need help - can you tell me what the plant names are and where this located ie: zone?
   Comment   December 27, 2012
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jojosantoro
Gorgeous ! Refined yet relaxed looking .
July 28, 2013 at 12:38pm   
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boslaugh
The miscanthus on the left looks like the cultivar "Variegata" to me. Could be wrong.
October 9, 2013 at 8:57pm   
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mrsrjv wrote:
what type of pine trees are in the background?
   Comment   January 4, 2014
malaya911 wrote:
like tall grass what type is it?
   Comment   November 21, 2013

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Therese Ciesinski added this to 6 Trees You'll Fall For
There are about 35 species of spruce (Picea spp.), cone-bearing evergreens, native to the world’s colder zones. Many are hardy up to a teeth-chattering zone 2 (-50°F), but some tolerate the warmth of zone 8 (10°F), meaning there’s a spruce for almost every garden. Their dense branch structure and sharp needles provide shelter and protection for birds. Many, like the native Colorado blue spruces (Picea pungens) here, grow 50 to 75 feet tall. Spruce trees need full sun and a neutral to slightly acid soil.
Matt Kilburn added this to 8 Ways a Garden Can Draw You In
7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.

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Plants
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grasses with ground cover
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Back fence
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i like the grasses with double knockouts in front of them
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Privacy berm
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Planting bed--The background are Colorado Spruces, The Grasses are Miscanthus, bothe Caberet and Maiden Grass, The flowering shrubs in the center are Butterfly Bush, there are carpet roses on the corners, little Princess Spirea next to them and Coreopsis in front of the Butterfly Bush...
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berm plantings
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Trees
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April 2, 2014
7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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berm
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March 29, 2014
Pine Trees
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Pine Tree Landscaping
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Greens
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Pines and grasses
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Grasses border
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Green fence
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Berm
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love tree colors
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big eveergreen pines
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Long grasses?
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Layering
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Kim's garden
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Grass
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evergreens with grasses
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nice landscaping
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N-egliu kompozicija
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Butterfly bush and grasses
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Privacy
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gorgeous green border
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the trees in the background are my favourite type of tree.
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grasses
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Massed evergreens
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love these plants
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Plant screening
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evergreens lining fence
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J'ardin de feuillage et de pin
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maybe
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Idea para la quebrada
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Colors and grassy plants
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berm the edges of the yard
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berm
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green border for edges of property
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The use of grasses
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green boundaries
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Great layering
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Christmas trees lining the fence in the back yard?
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combination of plants
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softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls;
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I like the line of different evergreens.
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The Best Gardens Have--7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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layers
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raised border
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Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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The trees
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Plants
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Privacy
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i want this look along the back of the lot....to hide the look and sound of the highway
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that nict!
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landscaping
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edging to line the woods
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A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage.
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Pine trees
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Note layers of contrasting leaf structure.
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the grasses
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Aménagement extérieur
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Love this border
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bordered
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Berming at the fenceline to gain height and obstruct the view of the fence. Massed green borders soften lines
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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November 25, 2013
raise soil along a boundary and create a wall with masses of plantings that lead the eye into the trees beyond...
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nice layers. note differing colors of trees
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Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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Landscaping
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layers. evergreen planted on burm
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Barn side yard
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Evergreens mixed with shrubs and lower plantings
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vrt3
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Berm created around property perimeter allows trees and shrubs to rise above general garden grade.
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Simple
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Good look
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for back garden
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Sooooo beautiful
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grasses, trees, bushes
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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repetitious plants that flow~
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soft bushes
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jardín
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green boundaries / softening the boundaries of the trees
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the division between the yard and pine trees.
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green boundaries/berms
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November 24, 2013
7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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plants and trees on the berm in the back
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Restful
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Front yard
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November 24, 2013
Great boundary with berm for my corner lot which most of my neighbors use as a dog park.
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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grassen verhoogd plaatsen
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Beautiful background to the grassy area
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my garden
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Grasses nice infront of evergreens
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grass roses
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outdoor boundaries
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Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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garden privacy
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Green boundary berm.
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Backyard!!!!!!! Evergreen backdrop, grasses and perenials
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Grasses behind line of pachysandra & boxwoods.
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berming soil near the property boundary
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Fab garden boundary
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garden boundary
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large grasses for boundaries
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beautiful layers of foliage; i need to clean out the fence line and put in more purposeful plantings
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green boundaries
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once started this should be wonderful for keeping out deer on back yard
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Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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tall decorative grasses
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evergreens
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Border
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trees and grass
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The symmetry of the barrier surrounding the butterfly bush and the knockout-like rose bushes in front. Source: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/19844650
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yard
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Add tall greens in front of the big trees around borders
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garden border
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Landscaping LOVE this
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Cascading
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tall gras
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Long grass
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November 21, 2013
7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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7. Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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November 21, 2013
to stop cover up fence use a berm of green foliage
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Wald mit Gras
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Green boundaries. A successful garden fits seamlessly into the landscape, an effect often aided by softening the boundaries to draw the eye back into the space. A great way to do this is to screen the hard edges of fencing and walls with masses of green foliage. Berming soil near the property boundary (as shown here) allows for perennials and trees to rise above the main grade of the garden and obscure the view of any fencing. In smaller spaces green boundaries can be obtained with vines and green walls; they create the same effect in a smaller footprint.
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Grasses
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green screen/boundary
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This is a nice transition from grass to garden. The soil is "bermed" so the garden is more defined and covers anything beyond you might not want seen
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Use of layers
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Grasses and bushes for borders
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Planted borders
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Love this look!
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blue trees
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Mk
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Hedge
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spruce trees (great for bird shelter) and love the grasses!
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garten
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I like the grasses.
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Blue spruces and grasses
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i luv green
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back yard
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layers of plants (instead of hedge?)
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berm
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mass planting
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Front yard?
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spruce trees good for in VA
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October 14, 2013
The background are Colorado Spruces, The Grasses are Miscanthus, bothe Caberet and Maiden Grass, The flowering shrubs in the center are Butterfly Bush, there are carpet roses on the corners, little Princess Spirea next to them and Coreopsis in front of the Butterfly Bush...
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Grasses
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Spruce & grasses
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October 13, 2013
This is going to be my back yard
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Natural Tree Blockage
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Spruce trees + grasses
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Landscape
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Blue spruce
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Bushy grasses with spruce trees
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Spruce trees
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meja med travo in gredo
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garden
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Wall of spruce with layers...Grasses
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October 10, 2013
love MAples and pines! plant in the fall...
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lushness
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Varying heights of sameness
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There are about 35 species of spruce (Picea spp.), cone-bearing evergreens, native to the world’s colder zones. Many are hardy up to a teeth-chattering zone 2 (-50°F), but some tolerate the warmth of zone 8 (10°F), meaning there’s a spruce for almost every garden. Their dense branch structure and sharp needles provide shelter and protection for birds. Many, like the native Colorado blue spruces (Picea pungens) here, grow 50 to 75 feet tall. Spruce trees need full sun and a neutral to slightly acid soil.
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front garden berm
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spruce (Picea spp.)
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(Picea spp.)
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design
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October 10, 2013
need some of these blue's for camp
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October 10, 2013
The spruce trees...specifically blue spruce trees.
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Spruce - great evergreens for colder zones. climates great artistic design
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October 10, 2013
lot line border
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October 9, 2013
35 species of spruce (Pices spp,)
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October 9, 2013
There are about 35 species of spruce (Picea spp.), cone-bearing evergreens, native to the world’s colder zones. Many are hardy up to a teeth-chattering zone 2 (-50°F), but some tolerate the warmth of zone 8 (10°F), meaning there’s a spruce for almost every garden. Their dense branch structure and sharp needles provide shelter and protection for birds. Many, like the native Colorado blue spruces (Picea pungens) here, grow 50 to 75 feet tall. Spruce trees need full sun and a neutral to slightly acid soil.
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October 9, 2013
Convination of bunches and trees
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For the side yard?
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E V E R Y T H I N G ! ! !
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Trees, garden
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conifers - grasses
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grasses
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Trees and grass
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Nice trees
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wild grass
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JARDIN
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