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Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
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is the plant in the two raised gardens, please?
this looks nicer than a hedge
Privacy hedge: solid, horsetail reed bamboo
plants in container to block view
behaved plant, known to take over entire landscapes. That is, unless you plant it in a place where its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely
“Screen” — 5855spas
Habify
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Coral Gables Whole House Remodel
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Native Plant Hedgerow, comprised of 28 species of South Florida Native trees, shrubs and groundcover plants will provide privacy, and a natural look while attracting birds and butterflies.
Hedge, miami native plants, buffer planting
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“Hedge, Privacy” — Jane Elder
David Rowland Studio
historic city terrace house
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so much privacy! So green n refreshing!
Courtyard, plants and more plants, chairs?
plants and trees -privacy
cover for privacy- westhaven solution
green plants...Privacy hedge
“Backyard” — shruthimadhu
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Schmechtig Landscapes
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Informal Garden, Winnetka Illinois
Ideabooks4,395
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border plant? It's very interesting. I live in Zone 8, in the hot, humid N. Mississippi.
apply this planting scheme to your shady location in Kentucky. In regards to a shrub alternative to the Ligularia, you may want to consider a Hydrangea or a Rhododendron. Good luck!
The Plant with the white flower is a 'Annabelle' Hydrangea.
plants for east and west side of hill
planting under trees and in shade
Layers,defined edge grass to mulch / plants
shade border mixed planting of hosta, chinese astilbe, carpet bugle
“Privacy screen” — kbourn
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
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What is the plant used for the hedge?
What did you plant between the stone? This is beautiful!
What kind of trees are planted in the background that are in a row
Hi austin78729, The hedge is cedar - Latin name - Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'. I hope this helps! Glenna
hedge row to place between houses
flagstone w/ plants, center fountain, benches, hosta
Hedges in background are cedar (Latin name is thuja Occidentals smaragd
“Slate floor” — markymarkf
www.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
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usually planted in clumps of three...?
Looking for plant/high bushes that could give privacy.
stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp)
of your plants to trim them into a wedge shape, with the base slightly wider than the top.
Keeping them trimmed might be time consuming for oldies. Shrubs maintained as a clipped hedge, as shown here
hedges on the stone double walls?
Formal hedges will need to be sheared annually — or even more often — to maintain their crisp shape. A plant with an ultimate mature size that is similar to that of your desired hedge will be easier to maintain in the long run. It's important for the health of your plants to trim them into a wedge shape
clipped hedge, as shown here, are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense branching structure; boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges of quince (Chaenomeles spp)
“Outdoor Chairs” — shelbyville2
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
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I love the mosaic of privacy trees and shrubs but am not good at identifying them-- please help!
what is the growth time and tree type for this privacy wall?
I love this look and planted a row of "Little Gem" Magnolias
that you planted these close to the hardscaping too. Did you do anything special to let the trees grow but also preserve the beautiful hardscaping? Thanks so much !
you have planted has a less aggressive root system.
These are Southern Magnolias - Variety "Mig-Tig" - They were planted this size for instant privacy.
Privacy hedge with crape myrtles for additional color
SMALL MAGNOLIAS AS HEDGE WITH LOWER
“Magnolias on right planted for instant privacy” “Mig-tig magnolias, crape myrtle and photinia for privacy
“privacy hedge” — kmcdougle
Land Architects, Inc.
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Formal Graden Path with Arborvitae and Boxwood
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What plants are in the front of the hedging?
Can you pls tell me the name of the 3 main bushes/plants in this photo?
Pls. tell me the name of the tall bush, the hedge, and the plant (that looks like a hosta). thx
variegated plants are Hosta. The evergreen hedge is Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'.
Like the small plants - are they called Hosta?
like the neatness of the hedge with lower shrubs (hostas?)
4. Plant wind-blocking hedges. If winds are an issue around your home, planting tall hedges or installing another wind-blocking feature (a fence, trees) on the north side of your home can help keep those strong winds at bay.
you're planting a dwarf cultivar, be sure to plant arborvitae well away from driveways, buildings, sidewalks and any other structures that they might eventually lift with their massive trunk and twisted roots.If you're after an evergreen with glossy leaves and bright red wildlife-attracting berries, look
“jardin” — margaritagajardodelaveau
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