Garden / August 27, 2018 / Jazmin Cavazos.
Remember, if you are planting underneath a utility line, you will want to select a short tree that will not reach more than 25 feet in height. After you figure out your reason for planting privacy trees, you need to determine how high you want your privacy screen to be. This will also help you determine how much available space you have, and if you want a single or double row of trees.
A cluster of hydrangeas, distinctive in both foliage and big blooms, takes the focus off the functional but monotone fence. Set on a stone pedestal, a showy urn moves the eye from the corner of the fence out toward the garden. Repeating patterns make the difference in even the simplest of landscapes. Here, the angles of the pavers are replicated in the angles of the corner bed.
Add some seculsion to your yard with landscaping tips and tricks. Rely on hardscaping like fences and pergolas, or use privacy plants to create a screen garden. Here are privacy options that will add coziness and style to any yard, so explore and find what will make your yard feel complete. Decorative and useful hardscape pieces and plantings soften the lines of a towering fence, like in this outdoor privacy idea.
In a mostly hardscape section of the garden, mixing materials heightens visual interest. Here, pavers combine with river rocks and shredded wood for a distinctive edge. Garden ornaments, including an imaginative birdhouse planter and a series of bright purple paintings, adorn the fence. A pair of metalwork obelisks provides a spot for fast growing privacy plants to clamor up.