16,108 privacy screen plants Home Design Photos

Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
7 Reviews
Residential home
What type of plant is the one to the right of the photo?
On the tall plant to the right in the photo with the bushy blonde
invasive. They are threatening our natural areas in MD. I'd advise against planting these.
Possibly part of Beck/Radowsky privacy screen
Add a privacy screen. While you want your front yard to be more open and friendlier, you still want to balance that with a bit of privacy. After all
some friendly privacy so that your message is still one of, "Hello, neighbor!" and not that you've built a stockade. Try some soft plantings near the street
Using plantings as building blocks doesn’t mean you are restricted to evergreen ground covers or clump-forming grasses. Here we see a planting that is
“tall grasses” — sdhk
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
These are Southern Magnolias - Variety "Mig-Tig" - They were planted this size for instant privacy.
We do suggest a root barrier, but the Little Gem variety that you have planted has a less aggressive root system.
and tree type for this privacy wall?
“magnolia trees” — lrwojcicki
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
What did you plant between the stone? This is beautiful!
What kind of trees are planted in the background that are in a row
LOVE this design. So pretty! I am in zone 10 and wondering if your plant list will work for my yard. Thank you!
zone 10. Maybe check with a nursery in your local area to determine which plants will grow in your area. I hope this helps!
Backyard idea including paving and plants
bushes for privacy along back boarder of property
What is the plant used for the hedge?
“Benches” — 3lululu
Loudoun Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
Formal Garden Design
these are river birch, usually planted in clumps of three...?
Looking for plant/high bushes that could give privacy.
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
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
easier to maintain in the long run. It's important for the health of your plants to trim them into a wedge shape, with the base slightly wider than the top
Green room. Take the idea of an outdoor room to the next level by planting a tall hedgerow to form the walls and place benches in the room. For a
Hedge, find out what kind of plants...Boxwoods along alley to create privacy.
“benches” — graciecaden
Lisa Parramore
4 Reviews
Outdoor Entertaining - Poolside
I also live in the Bay Area and I love the idea of modern floor vase w the tall straight plants for height. Looks very
Can this plant grow in an area (ohio) with changing seasons?
Anyone know where I can get faux horsetail plants that look like these live ones?
containers but they need regular to ample water and do best in full sun. The plant will fill the entire container within 1-2years.
What kind of plants are those?...Hybrid of plants in deck. Pots on deck
“It's all about the reeds, 'bout the reeds, not the weeds!” — dyverg
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
What is the name of the light green bushy plant? and is it good in the desert?
Strategic landscaping. Plant waterside shrubs, perennials
Strategic landscaping. Plant waterside shrubs, perennials and grasses and use fences or privacy screening as barriers to help reduce water loss
Plant waterside shrubs, perennials and grasses and use fences or privacy screening as barriers to help reduce water loss
Strategic landscaping. Plant waterside shrubs, perennials and grasses and use fences or privacy screening as barriers to help reduce water loss from wind
Un emplacement stratégiquePlacez des arbustes et des plantes vivaces sur les bords de votre bassin ainsi que de l’herbe. Installez également
“fountain” — Melissa Arbiter
Shapiro Didway
3 Reviews
Vista Residence
love the privacy screen..what kind of evergreen and how tall are they?
Hello- the privacy screen is made up of 'Emerald Green' Arborvitae. You can commonly find these
long for the height. We space them 2' on center- the result is an instant screen.
Evergreen privacy screen and separate areas
Privacy screen (plants)...tree and plants...Privacy screen...Privacy trees...Arborvitae screen
“Garden” — reidblake
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Side yard
love the privacy these evergreens provide - wonder if we can make our yard "more cozy" with these plantings
Pine trees for side yard privacy
privacy screen, plants...Emerald green arborvitae - screen?...Privacy trees..."secret garden" privacy hedge...love the privacy created...Privacy trees....Privacy with
“foilage” — dannirams
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