8,860 plants for privacy hedge Home Design Photos

Jacki Mallick Designs, LLC.
2 Reviews
Palm Beach Home
What type of plant is the hedge? How long does it take to grow this tall? Is there a lot of maintenance?
the plants are African Iris (Dietes iridiodes)
TALL HEDGE FOR PRIVACY...Privacy hedges...Hedges and day bed...Ficus hedge...Hedge wall
“everything” — nburmistrova
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
I love this look and planted a row of "Little Gem"
What are the various trees and shrubs used for privacy?
I love the mosaic of privacy trees and shrubs but am not good at identifying them-- please
I like how dense you've planted the magnolias. How far apart did you plant them? Thanks!
get too big/aggressive and disrupt our hardscaping. I noticed that you planted these close to the hardscaping too. Did you do anything special to let the
center for this vertical hedge appearance
We do suggest a root barrier, but the Little Gem variety that you have planted has a less aggressive root
These are Southern Magnolias - Variety "Mig-Tig" - They were planted this size for instant privacy.
and tree type for this privacy wall?
“pretty decorative brick wall, planters and crepe myrtles” — debbieparrish
Formal Garden Design
these are river birch, usually planted in clumps of three...?
Looking for plant/high bushes that could give privacy.
health of your plants to trim them into a wedge shape, with the base slightly wider than the top.
maintained as a clipped hedge, as shown here, are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants with a dense branching
— 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
the next level by planting a tall hedgerow to form the walls and place benches in the room. For a whimsical touch, trim some of the hedges lower in sections
Hedge, find out what kind of plants
“Hedges” — ev70551
Heynssens + Grassman, Inc.
Clean and Contemporary Landscape
Only a small fraction of this corner lot is planted in turfgrass. It is limited to a narrow strip along the edge of the driveway and outside the drive-court
t wall along the parkways. Groundcovers blanket the surface of all the planting beds. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
The brush in front of the hedge.
“Arborvitae” — kberrodin
7 Reviews
Roads Garden and Patio
separate turfgrass from the hedgerow, which simplifies weeding and protects the plants from overly enthusiastic weed wackers.
Different textures in hedge
“Palms, trees, shrubs, coral rock border” — buckreilly
7 Reviews
Roads Garden and Patio
Plants with varying leaf size and textures create a complex and diverse buffer. Not another boring flat hedge.
“Stoppers, diversity” — buckreilly
7 Reviews
Coral Gables Whole House Remodel
Miami butterfly garden, flowering shrubs, Florida grasses, sunny garden, host plants, nectar plants, naturalistic, ecological
ecological design, privacy...Grasses, butterfly plants...Drought resistant plants
“Drought resistant plants” — mrsahuja
7 Reviews
Coral Gables Whole House Remodel
Hammock plants, diversity, ferns, tropical, rocks, miami native plants, natural look
Lush, tropical, privacy, layers, natural, native plants, miami
“Authentic Keys” — mchio89ml
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