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Use a row of white bark birch trees along a fence line to give additional privacy . in other words would they stay narrow? if I even would be allowed to grow these in our small outdoor space at our con

Thrives on Neglect! -  Extremely drought tolerant Forms a thick privacy screen Adaptable to various soil types  The attractive 'Blue Sapphire' Cypress is the most drought tolerant of any evergreen! There is no need to worry about heat waves and water restrictions with this hardy tree. Stands up to the extreme...

Drought Tolerant Evergreen

Hornbeam trees for fence line: - Sequin Gardens                                                                                                                                                                                 More

APLD 2010 International Landscape Design Merit Award Winner Richard G Shuster, RG Shuster & Company, Southampton, NY by Nesli Er

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.

Murray Cypress for my natural screen.  Can't wait to get them in the ground!  Privacy Trees - Fast Growing Privacy Trees

Murray Cypress for my natural screen. Privacy Trees - Fast Growing Privacy Trees (LOVE the way these look, would probably look awesome in winter when everything else is barren)

A pyramidal shaped ornamental tree packed with color  -  	The Goldspire Gingko is perfect for areas where a colorful tree is desired that won’t take up a lot of space.  	   	This trees grows in a pyramidal shape and grows tall while never growing too wide. It’s perfect for privacy screens, hedges, or even wind breaks. ...

Goldspire™ Ginkgo

A pyramidal shaped ornamental tree packed with color - The Goldspire Gingko is perfect for areas where a colorful tree is desired that won’t take up a lot of space. Love idea of using this as a privacy screen with red plantings underneath!

I like an undulating flower bed that is less formal.  I grew all the pink impatiens from seed in my basement under lights.  My kids laughingly call it my grow op.  Saves a lot of money and the plants are further ahead as  I could not plant this year until late May.  This picture is taken in early August and by late September the beds have been cleaned and are ready for winter and snow.

Use varying heights of planting to bring the eye upward. Nice mix of color, heights, and decor.

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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