Plants make excellent privacy screens because they can block noise and unsightly views while also adding color texture and seasonal interest that only gets better with each growing season. Read on to learn about the plant types that work best for privacy and how you can use them in your landscape.
Screening plants differ to hedges – they are less dense and less formal allowing glimpses of what is beyond while creating an informal boundary. Some such as bamboo and grasses are dynamic rustling gently in the wind. They take up less space than a
Screening plants can be divided in several groups – hedges small trees evergreens ornamental grasses climbing plants. Evergreens looks extremely beautiful in any season they are the perfect background for blooming flowers in warm weather and in winter they stand out in the white of the snow.
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With space at a premium many gardens now sit quite close to their neighbouring properties and screening hedges are a great way to create your own private oasis. A privacy screen hedge can be evergreen or deciduous thick and bushy or fairly slim and produce berries or flowers the options are endless
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Australian native plants look great in mass plantings as specimen trees ground cover for weed control. Native plants often have striking forms and stunning flower displays that create powerful contrasts and variety in ornamental gardens or for lining driveways.
There are many benefits to using screening plants as a natural barrier for privacy and reducing neigbourhood noise. They provide shade and a softened visual wall for privacy. Choose from one of these fast growing popular tried and proven screening plants.
Suitable plants Suitable plants for screening can include hedging shrubs trees or grasses and bamboos depending on the level of formality and the height and spread required for the space.Hedges A useful way of using large shrubs as tree substitutes is to clear the lower branches as they grow so that the space underneath is maximised and plants below receive adequate light.
Discover six of the best hedging plants for shade including our favourite picks for berries and blooms with expert help from BBC Gardeners& 39; World Magazine. North- and east-facing sites can be transformed with a combination of hedging plants which enjoy a break ...