Low maintenance & bird-friendly evergreen screen - A) Juniperus x pfitzeriana ‘Gold Coast'; B) Canada hemlock; C) Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Atropurpurea’); D) Bugleweed ‘Variegata’; E) Threadleaf false cypress ‘Golden Mop’; F) Bird’s-nest spruce‘Nidiformis’); G) Juniperus scopulorum 'Wichita Blue'; H) Eastern white pine ; I) Colorado blue spruce; J) Black Hills spruce (Picea glauca var. densata); K) Compact blue spruce (Picea pungens); L) Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’

Low maintenance bird-friendly evergreen screen - A) Juniperus x pfitzeriana Coast B) Canada hemlock; C) Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii D) Bugleweed E) Threadleaf false cypress Mopu

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How to Space a Privacy Fence Using Arborvitae Pyramidalis

Along the back fence Hedge with decorative flowers Skyrocket juniper or emerald arborvitae hedge or privacy screen with foundation-style plantings of peonies and .

Evergreens That Stop Growing at a Perfect 8-12 ft. Height - These easy-to-grow hedge trees are perfect for tight areas. Its shimmering emerald color and disease resistance make it an extremely popular evergreen hedge.   Your best choice for a medium-sized privacy screen... just plant every 3 ft. for a tidy, neat hedge that never needs trimming.  Ideal for...

Emerald Green Arborvitae

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How to Plant a Privacy Hedge

Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) - mature width, plant 3 to 4 feet apart. Measure the height and width of the largest root ball. Then use spray paint to mark out a trench that is two to three times wider and 2 inches shallower than the root ball.

fast growing tree for a natural privacy fence.

Along back fence. Momma is too lazy to draw all the blinds and curtains on the first floor every day fast growing tree for a natural privacy fence.

Natchez Crape Myrtles and Goldmound Spirea in a Teacup Garden

Don't think these trees would work in NJ, but I like the idea of flowering trees incorporated in for privacy Natchez Crape Myrtles and Goldmound Spirea in a Teacup Garden

Privacy with Plants! • Tips and ideas on how to use plants to create privacy in your garden or yard!

Before moving here, which I hate, I did a lot of creating privacy with Exotic plants in a 20 X 15 patio Area! Now I have 5 x Moved In the winter when I did not see What I was moving into!

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