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What type of plants are on the right?
Privacy screen of tall plants in planters
could have a pot with a flowering plant in the corner
Plants as privacy fence in apt
potted plant border for front patio
with Bamboo used as privacy screens.
Privacy on porch with plants...wind ?
Enjoy the outdoors with good amount of privacy plus some shade.
6. Plant a living privacy wall. Long, low planters filled with palms provide privacy on an urban patio. Check with your local garden center to find varieties that will do well with the light conditions on your patio.
Create a potted plant border. For an inexpensive apartment
apartment solution, try adding medium-height potted plants along the balcony railing. More ways with container gardens
Planters with tall plants for privacy
Plant tall grasses in galvanized tubs for inexpensive privacy
unique and cheap way to privacy screen "outside
For in front of house to create privacy for front patio
Idea of plants to enhance the railings
the use of inexpensive buckets with plants for privacy
Use of natural materials to provide privacy
the same plant, it gives the garden modern lines and structure.
5. Use plants at the edge of the deck, either inside or outside the railing. I also suggested to Chanellem that the railing over the garage could be pushed in a few feet, allowing for a spot for planters with vertical plants, such as
can find at the hardware or farm supply store. Punch drainage holes in the bottom of each tub, line them up in a row and plant each with something uniform and tall. Any grasslike plant will do. When or if you have to move, you can take this green screen with you.
The tanks are planted with bamboo. Take a look at the Ideabook for more information: ...
Potted bamboo plants provide privacy for the rooftop deck of this mixed-use space in Oregon
potted landscaping used for privacy is awesome.
Potted bamboo plants provide privacy for the rooftop deck
to give us privacy from the new
Bamboo planted in stainless steel containers provides privacy from the street. The containers are from Coastal Farm.
Rooftop privacy in Portland. Potted bamboo plants provide privacy for the rooftop deck of this mixed-use space in Oregon. See the rest of this home
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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ecodesign Pty Ltd
Bali Style Retreat
fireplace. Three blocks of Bifold doors link the indoor living areas and invite you out onto the hardwood decking with linear pond with fountain bubblers. Privacy created with tiger grass and stylised bamboo laser cut steel panel screens timber battens are also used.
Mother-in-Law tongues Plants - suitable for West Coast BC?
Iron fence + boxed sword plants
I like the Mother-In-Law Tongue plant.
and mother-in-law’s tongue provide plenty of privacy in this indoor-outdoor zone. With hardwood timber flooring that continues from inside, the spacious sitting room boasts an outdoor fireplace, making it a blissful place to lounge around.
20. Privacy is always important when entertaining outdoors
outdoors. Tiger grass, bamboo and laser-cut steel panel screens and timber battens allow this space a sense of seclusion without closing it in. Plants also help to create a buffer for noise if the party gets a little rowdy.
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
The privacy fence was custom designed and it made of wood.
Is this privacy fence made out of vinyl? Great work! So unique!
Do you have instructions for the privacy gate with round opening !! Do you have instructions for the same panels, but with oval opening!
Clean bright light and privacy screen
Cottage privacy panel above railing
porch, furniture. plants
Lights, privacy screen
Porch privacy shield
Privacy for front porch
Dck privacy...Privacy wall...Plant in corner...Privacy screen...Privacy lattice...Plants outside...Privacy Trellis...potted plants...privacy decor...privacy screen
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Privacy screens, hardscaping, paver patio, wood deck, fence, wood lattice, wood step, Japanese style,
"walls". Maybe semi-privacy fence for hot tub? Maybe support for Wisteria??
love the patio stone and the wood deck and the privacy screens perfect for my side yard
Screens could plant jasmine
privacy screens on the deck
Lines. Privacy fence
pergola privacy screening
Custom made privacy screen
Privacy screen...Privacy walls...potted plants...privacy screen...container plants
Fivedot Design Build
Phinney Energy Remodel
A sequence of new fencing at the entry creates a sense of privacy from a busy street. Photo by Cleary O'Farrell
I like the house numbers the rusted fish and the plantings
Possible fencing panels to create privacy and reduce noise
Great privacy fence. "If you want true privacy, choose a fence with little to no space between boards. A closely spaced lattice can be nearly as private as a solid material when combined with the lush foliage of climbing plants. The height will depend on the slope of
Gain Privacy If you want true privacy, choose a fence with little to no space between boards. A closely spaced lattice can be nearly as private as a solid material when combined with the lush foliage of climbing plants. The height will depend on the slope of your
Arrow. Land + Structures
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
If these were emerald green arborvitae, how far away from the fence should they be planted? How long before 6-7 ' trees would grow to make a full screen (planted 3' apart) in CT in full sun and clay soil?
how far away from the fence are the arborvitaes planted and what spacing between?
Evergreens planted here make a nice screen from the neighbors.
Landscape privacy - Idea what should look like now that didn't work
put large ferns and plants around fir tree and then a slate border from deck to around the tree and side of house
Good privacy, small yard size similar
the ideas here of plants on perimeter of yard are nice. And should we consider a small iron fence between field and revene, to keep the ball in yard?