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        Mariana Pickering (Emu Building Science) added this to 5 Ways to Hide That Big Air Conditioner in Your YardJul 10, 2014

        5. Guide the View and DistractSavvy landscape designers will tell you that the key to a beautiful garden, even one with a large air conditioner in the corner, is to direct the eye to a beautiful framed view. In this garden by Great Lakes Landscape Design, the unit on the right behind the low fence is hardly noticeable, because our eyes are drawn down the path, while the matching fences become backgrounds to lush vegetation. Your turn: How do you disguise your air conditioner? Tell us in the Comments.More on HouzzSee how to design a home without an air conditionerFind pros to help you design your landscapeShop for lawn and garden products

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        Christine Tusher added this to Grow a Lush Privacy ScreenFeb 20, 2014

        Bamboo is a privacy go-to for a reason: lightning-fast growth in almost any climate. Plant clusters of shoots 3 to 5 feet apart to create a dense screen. But beware: This plant grows so quickly that it can easily become invasive. Planting bamboo in raised beds with root barriers will make it easier to trim the roots every couple of years, controlling its spread.More ideas for gardening with bamboo

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        arunyonwill added this to North Carolina Exterior And Outdoors IdeasJul 21, 2019

        Hiding air conditioning unit..this and next three images

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        ggdrive added this to House Inspiration - Exterior - Side YardJul 19, 2019

        Guide the View and Distract Savvy landscape designers will tell you that the key to a beautiful garden, even one with a large air conditioner in the corner, is to direct the eye to a beautiful framed view. In this garden by Great Lakes Landscape Design, the unit on the right behind the low fence is hardly noticeable, because our eyes are drawn down the path, while the matching fences become backgrounds to lush vegetation.

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