9,586 privet hedge Home Design Photos

Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
what is the small tree to the left in the rose garden and what is the hedge yu have used thanks.
actually four of them framing the space. The low hedges are Green Velvet Boxwoods and the taller sheared hedge in the mid-ground is Hicks Yew.
gravel and center piece, pathways of gravel and hedge/shrubs, love the French look
than hedging. Mai n problem is that back quadrant is shadier.
a classic garden have clean geometry. Clipped greens and hedges of boxwood, Eugenia and privet help define not only the look but also the space — often
Seventeenth-century English botanist John Parkinson wrote that boxwood hedging "is of excellent use to border up a knot, and a marvellous fine ornament
Illinois. Note also how the axis continues through to the opening in the hedge wall, leading the eye farther out into the property, a lovely effect.
“Garden” — Chadnie Cole
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
4 Reviews
Acanthus Design
name of the large formal hedge around the pool, and is it evergreen?
What are the 2 deciduous shrub/tree's in front of the hedge please?
Could do the box idea with hedging, again, out from the patio... could
Cabana use of tall hedge to seperate...box wood hedge framed by round box...Hedge for side yard - layers in front
“Nice” — mercymercy
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
What is the plant used for the hedge?
Hi austin78729, The hedge is cedar - Latin name - Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd'. I hope this helps!
and Privacy Hedge...the hedges...Hedge for patio side...Hedge trees...Cedar back hedge...Privacy hedges...mature tree with hedge...arborvidae hedge...arborvitae hedge...Hedge for Privacy...Privacy hedge
“arborvitae” — lisavu
The Barn Nursery and Landscape Center
Inverness Gardens
A Boxwood hedge is planted along the walkway.
Under windows - hedge and flowers
clean look of walkway and hedges...walkway hedge...lined with short hedge...rounded hedge with day lilies...Hedge driveway...Hedges and perineal plants...Box hedge...Tall hedge
“boarder” — dcoravec
Al Jones Architect
Gilchrist Home Potting Shed
The hedge is it little Jim magnolia. If not please let me know the variety. This
leaves, it makes a fabulous screen along a property line or a formal southern hedge in a large landscape. Pictured here is a curved row of southern magnolia
Rounded use of hedges...privacy hedges and the color...Chindo viburnum hedge...Magnolia hedge...unique hedge...Red magnolia hedge...beautiful magnolia hedge; evergreen...using magnolias for hedge
“Rounded use of hedges” — lindaontwoway
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
Thanks so much for the response! We are looking for a hedge that we can maintain at 1' x 1' along our sidewalk. Would this be a good choice? Or would
ean-inspired parterre, detailed planting beds (outlined in low boxwood hedging) define each quadrant. There is plenty of space devoted to a generously
box elder hedge knock out rose
“Trees” — Chadnie Cole
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
Usually 7' - 8' on center for this vertical hedge appearance
Look of mature Carolina Cherry and Japanese Blueberry. Must do the dwarf boxwood hedge for a formal
dwarf magnolia as hedge + crepe myrtle...Privacy hedge with crape myrtles for...Small pool hedged lawn...privacy hedge...crape myrtle and hedges...hedge with lower hedge...Evergreen Magnolia as hedge/screen.
“stone flooring” — carollibby
Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
The Garden Gallery
Could you share the name and details of the hedge used to support the art and mirrors? Does
figurine was also installed on the hedge to encourage birds to stay away from that section of the garden.
The hedge is Leylandii which is reasonably
frames and TV are held in place by metal arms and frame work hidden in the hedge. The garden itself is pretty shady most of the day, hence the use of mirrors
house. The items are regularly taken down to allow sunlight to get to the hedge behind the picture frames and mirrors so it doesn't die back and to reduce
fast growing. It clips well and is commonly used as hedging or screening trees. It's been out of fashion in recent years as they're not particularly
Whoa. There is stuff hanging on this hedge, like an outdoor room.
“The green wall with color” — grantcook307
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