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Santa Monica - Mediterranean
Trellis backed by green hedge for warmth and privacy
For side yard: arbor behind outdoor fireplace to add privacy with vines in seating area. Then we could remove messy trees.
Exquisite lighting and tall hedges form privacy and ambience.
sense of privacy and enclosure. This is the effect, although much more private, that we could strive for in the water wall garden with the additional raised beds and retaining wall, if you want to go that way eventually.
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
J. Peterson Garden Design
Evergreen shrubs that bloom near garage which need irrigation
rees, shrubs and perennials. Look around to see if any of your mature trees or shrubs are showing signs of demise after last year's devastating drought and heat — it often takes a full year to see the damage. If any of your larger plants are on the downslide, take the opportunity now to remove them and
bushes for privacy in front yard
privacy front yard layers
high shrubs/trees for privacy
B. Jane Gardens
South Austin Landscape
Love, love this privacy screen! I'm just curious about the size (height/width) of poles & size of bolts. Was this anchored in the ground with cement? Thanks so much for any help - we want to do this next to our new patio. Cheers, Jen
Good for patio privacy, industrial look
Create more privacy. Just because you want your garden to be the center of your visitors’ attention doesn’t mean that you want to be the center of attention yourself. The most common way to create privacy in the garden is to construct a fence around the perimeter, but if you’d rather not fence the entire property
planted shrubs to fill in, plant tall perennials and annuals, such as swamp sunflowers (Helianthus angustifolius, zones 6 to 10) in between.How to screen with plants and trees
Wallace Landscape Associates
Wilmington Estate Landscape
border or shrubs & trees for zone 6
flowering shrubs are double file viburnums. In the under-story / foreground are various hostas and Itea ' Henry's Garnet'.
Large white flowering shrubs are double file viburnums; Itea Henry's Garnet
everything! Pay special attention to privacy hedge
The large white flowering shrubs are double file viburnums
tall shrubs and perennials shown here is a less-formal look that provides more visual diversity. If you enjoy gardening, desire a wide range of seasonal interest or want to attract wildlife, this is the look for you. A fairly large footprint is necessary — think planting beds 8 to 24 feet deep — to
type of shrub this is? I'm in NE Florida and hoping to find something with this look that I can employ as a divider between a neighboring yard. Thanks very much.
privacy trees...Juniper tree...Trees for privacy”
Gravel driveway & privacy trees.
Thuja arborvitae privacy fence
arborvitae for privacy screen
Privacy shrubs for back
create privacy with evergreens
Green privacy hedge...privacy trees...Cypress privacy...Privacy shrubs...Privacy bush
Romani Landscape Architecture
Deerfield Residence Landscape Design
I'm looking for a tall hedge in a shady area like this. What type of plant is on the left? Is it fast-growing? I live in northern Alabama and have pine as well as deciduous trees all over the yard.I need a heavy screen of shrubs/trees on one side of my yard. Thanks!
are the shrubs/groundcover under the birch tree?
Hello, nice look. What are the tall coniferous shrubs/trees called?
Formal Garden Design
Keeping them trimmed might be time consuming for oldies. Shrubs maintained as a clipped hedge, as shown here, are a literal interpretation of walls or fences and create a formal feel. Select plants
Shrubs 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 structure; boxwood (Buxus spp), yew (Taxus spp) and privet (Ligustrum spp) are traditional favorites, but I've also seen stunning hedges