8,037 privet hedge Home Design Photos

AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Berkeley
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split-level garden. Surrounded by a variety of half shade tolerant plants with Boxwood hedge, elephant ears, tree ferns, grey ground cover 'Snow in the Summer', fragrant Star Jasmine, Japanese maples and Japanese privet hedges
“Terrance” — karliene
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
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A large pergola can be seen over the privet hedge and garden space. The new pergola spans the entire length of the pool, so everyone can get relief from the direct sun. It is also an architectural structure and feature of the home, garden and pool area.
“Have roses train through the pergola” — leung00
christopher Lines & Associates
walnut creek garden
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English cast stone bird bath with hydrangea and privet hedge. christopher lines & Assoc.
Devore Associates
A House Near the Sound
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Privet hedge screening road with decorative entry gate.
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
24 Reviews
Frontyard planting design in June
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It is early June, Astilbe and Roses are in full bloom replacing the Rhododendron and Iris from May. A Privet hedge privides privacy from the neighbors driveway. This front yard landscaping project is located in South Orange, NJ. Landscape Architecture and Installation Services in the NY and NJ areas
“pink astilbe with rhodies” — mtnriver
M&M Garden Designs, LLC
Seaside Retreat
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The cottage garden continues as it wraps around the entire front porch. Backed by a formal boxwood garden and formal privet hedge, the contrasting styles work exceptionally well together.
David Pedersen, Inc.
1 Review
Curb Appeal
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This front entry and home were featured in Better Homes and Gardens. The manicured privet hedge and different layers of landscape give this home a formal look and the tree softens it up.
“Style” — bryaja
Interiors With A View
5 Reviews
Outdoor Spaces
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Privacy is created on this small lot by lowering the paver brick patio below the grade of the yard and installing a retaining wall. Privet hedges line two sides of this yard-the back is a large perennial garden again adding to the privacy of the outdoor living space.
“pond” — judithdhuebner
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