1,888 shrub privacy Eclectic Home Design Photos

B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
South Austin Landscape
Ideabooks7,574
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Love, love this privacy screen! I'm just curious about the size (height/width) of poles & size of bolts. Was this anchored in the ground with cement? Thanks so much for any help - we want to do this next to our new patio. Cheers, Jen
Good for patio privacy, industrial look
Create more privacy. Just because you want your garden to be the center of your visitors’ attention doesn’t mean that you want to be the center of attention yourself. The most common way to create privacy in the garden is to construct a fence around the perimeter, but if you’d rather not fence the entire property
planted shrubs to fill in, plant tall perennials and annuals, such as swamp sunflowers (Helianthus angustifolius, zones 6 to 10) in between.How to screen with plants and trees
“I like the slotted would divider” — sanddbennett
Eclectic Landscape
Ideabooks1,557
Questions2
type of shrub this is? I'm in NE Florida and hoping to find something with this look that I can employ as a divider between a neighboring yard. Thanks very much.
privacy trees...Juniper tree...Trees for privacy”
Gravel driveway & privacy trees.
Thuja arborvitae privacy fence
arborvitae for privacy screen
Privacy shrubs for back
create privacy with evergreens
Green privacy hedge...privacy trees...Cypress privacy...Privacy shrubs...Privacy bush
“Trees and gravel” — connecticut_cari
SB Garden Design
Venice
Ideabooks21,302
Questions5
beautiful privacy in Phoenix. Where can I source this or did you have them fabricated?
easy way to add to the side yard to block neighbour view. has to be sturdy enough to have clematis or wisteria climbing vine for privacy
As always, apply these design concepts to suit your taste and space, and use plants that grow well in your region.More: Great shrubs for the landscapeGreat design treesRegional garden guidesLandscape architects and designers near you
“Metal trellis” — mudywater
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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LDAW Landscape Architecture, PC
25 Reviews
Various Plantings
Ideabooks76
Questions0
Front Foundation Planting
“backyard” — Darlene
Denise Dering Design
1 Review
Landscape Design
Ideabooks349
Questions1
colors of shrubs
privacy trellis
“for north side of house?” — juliannamk
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks148
Questions0
wall or shrub for privacy
“Hillside” — bdanyla
CAROLE MEYER
1 Review
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
Ideabooks6,038
Questions4
building a wall to create privacy
I like the terra-cotta planter with a formally pruned shrub? Would look good as a pair flanking steps or on the patio to
potted shrubs great idea for instant gratification
privacy wall next to 2b
area + privacy wall...shrubs in pots...wall for privacy...POTTED SHRUBS
“outdoor art” — Pro-Tech Painting & Drywall
Jay Sifford Garden Design
7 Reviews
Sitting area in my garden.
Ideabooks1,657
Questions3
panel privacy screen with art provide both a perfect backdrop and a destination in my personal woodland garden. This is at the top of the three tiered koi pond. All my favorite hostas are planted here.
break or privacy screen around hottub
concrete fibreboard or backer board used for til and shower substrate (concrete,fibreglass mesh for reinforcement and styrofoam for weight reduction) Cut with circular saw fitted with diamond blade. concrete sealer will increase life span. Use for privacy screen
building privacy screens and small non-load-bearing walls. A simple frame of outdoor-grade lumber can be clad with this material, creating a unique and beautiful garden structure. The texture and color striations of concrete board mimic granite cliffs in the application shown here.
“Red bench” — kansasbaby
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