Emerald Colonnade Holly This male holly (which produces no fruit) offers evergreen lushness for any landscape. It grows in a shapely rounded to pyramidal form. Plant Emerald Colonnade in a container, or group several in a line for an informal hedge or privacy screen. It also makes an excellent specimen plant in a mixed landscape border.
I need to build ten of these pallet privacy fences in my backyard to cover open parts where neighbors can peek through. Unsure if I would leave it natural colored or if I would prefer to spray paint it black so it would absorb more heat to the plants.
DIY Tutorial: Our summer patio was almost perfect except we had two large AC units that were a huge eye sore. My dad and I built a lattice privacy screen to hide them! Easy & inexpensive way to hide an outdoor "eye sore" or neighbor :) @Mandy Bryant Bryant Dewey Generations One Roof #BHGSUMMER