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Got rid of all the grass, installed some drought tolerant plants, added a water feature and created a raised dining terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
Outdoor Dining TerraceGenus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
short term, ground cover (Irish Moss) for the long term.
like the free standing multi side privacy
What do you like about this photo?privacy screen
the privacy and retreat
The additional privacy wall.
privacy screen around pool area
privacy wall...Privacy screen...privacy fence...privacy plarform...Hot tub privacy...Good Privacy idea...Great privacy deck...privacy screen
VeniceSB Garden Design
proper term but how is that trellis/screen attached to the block wall? Also, where might I be able to find something similar? In big need of exactly this! Thanks!!
beautiful privacy in Phoenix. Where can I source this or did you have them fabricated?
good privacy trellis - Tracy's Deck
Like this idea to add privacy
John, would something like this work as privacy screen between us and neighbors to north? Todd and I feel we need a more solid barrier than exists now.
like the privacy created by the plant trellis.
Trellis/screen might work on white cement privacy wall
Gravel PathShades Of Green Landscape Architecture
bamboo as a privacy screen? Are some species better or less invasive?
Gravel path, bamboo privacy screen, lighting
Bamboo 'privacy wall' on sidewalk side of house
textural privacy screen that resembles a fabric tapestry. This narrow side garden has a lot going for it: 1. the gravel walk is contained with a slender metal edging on either side, 2. the bamboo is densely planted, but maintained like a hedge and 3. uplighting, subtle but effective, adds drama after dark
Think in terms of getting from point A to point B without breaking your neck. Finally, revisit these same points but as though you'd never seen the garden before, then tweak your lighting plan to assure that visitors can safely and easily negotiate the dark as well.2. Security LightingNow look at your yard
Aptos ResidenceKathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
for more privacy on east side
Consider practicality. On the other side of the coin, it's important to match the materials, size, location, durability and long-term sustainability of the walls, hedges or fences to
and long-term sustainability of the walls, hedges or fences to their intended use. Security requires impregnability the way masonry or a tall iron fence can (we'll steer clear of barbed wire and gun turrets). Privacy means making smart decisions about height and density, so you can avoid prying eyes. Retaining
debora carl landscape designdebora carl landscape design
the long term look of this fence.... would it rust? I love it!
I am going to do a smooth tin privacy divider
a good privacy fence and would you plant grass nearby? What did you use to brace it against?
modern privacy as long as it has plants to soften the look.
yard for privacy. Trellis, or part walls etc.
providing privacy as well as security.
ExplanadaA Pleno Sol
The long-term success of plants providing year-round security and privacy depends on your gardening abilities as well as the lack of pests or diseases that can wipe out a mature hedge in a season or two. Another point to ponder: Once a concrete block wall is completed, it’s unlikely you’ll spend your precious
Create privacy. If you’ve already got a serviceable, though less-than-lovely, wood (or, dare I say it, chain-link) fence and the cost of replacing it is too high, you can camouflage it with greenery. Living foliage has a vitality that’s impossible to achieve with constructed walls. Add the bonus of flowers
The brick herringbone walkway guides a visitor through the dwarf fruit trees in the orchard. A fence keeps the deer out which is bordered by everblooming shrub roses. Clematis climbs the fence bringing complimentary colors to the palate for the roses.
Herringbone Brick Path In An OrchardStatile & Todd
with for privacy. Maybe back side by Smiths
great privacy fence idea
fence for privacy/climbing plants
feeders — in terms of both food and water. Fertilize once a month and give each rose about 5 gallons of water each week (or about 1 inch per week). Water in the morning, at the base of the plant to help discourage black spot.
Privacy green wall...Privacy screening
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fancy term for low-water landscaping, xeriscaping is all about using plants that can withstand extremely dry (or drought) conditions. Even if you don't live in the desert, a well-planned xeriscape can save you a significant chunk of change and time when it comes to maintaining your garden. Of course
gravel courtyardHuettl Landscape Architecture
this as a privacy panel at one side of our deck.. wondering what to do for the top of it.. thanks!
Privacy.gravel near house = less allergy.
break or privacy block for outdoor room.
this in terms of texture, freedom, softness against straight lines of fence
Asian InspiredGreat Lakes Landscape Design
Bamboo privacy wall and rock pathway ay
Bamboo is a privacy go-to for
Bamboo is a privacy go-to for a reason: lightning-fast growth in almost any climate. Plant clusters of shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen. But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive
Bamboo is a privacy go-to for a reason: lightning-fast growth in almost any climate. Plant clusters of shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen.
Bamboo is a privacy go-to for a reason: lightning-fast growth in almost any climate. Plant clusters
is a privacy go-to for a reason: lightning-fast growth in almost any climate. Plant clusters of shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen. But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim
Modern TransformationShades Of Green Landscape Architecture
in and privacy
for some privacy.
The patio was separated from the vehicular area by a living fence to provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space.
provide some privacy while allowing for air and light to penetrate. All the plants are native and provide year round interest and a verdant feel to the space.
that wire privacy fence is brilliant! I'm going to steal the idea - it would work for us in the NE because you could do deciduous, have privacy in the summer when you need it, and then light in the winter. Great idea! Thanks.
Re privacy ideas - Create a living privacy fence. Cable wires mounted between fence posts create a sturdy support for climbing plants. Over time the plants can completely fill in the area, providing privacy for the patio.
Create a living privacy fence. Cable wires mounted between fence posts create
living privacy fence - use @corner of house to hide a/c unit