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climbing plant privacy fence | 20 Green Fence Designs, Plants to Beautify Garden Design and Yard ...

Sand Cherry shrub/hedge- this just proves just how gigantic this plant can get! This plant can grow over 10 feet tall (but is usually 7-8 feet tall, with a 4-6 foot spread). Can be pruned to remain shorter, or can be used as a small tree, or a privacy wall without the use of a fence. I love the color of these!

Flowering Shrubs Hedge - 5 hedge plants:Forsythia Spectabilis Spirea Arguta - white, Weigelia - burgundy, Buddliea- Pink, Ceanothus Yankee Point - Blue,

Cheyenne privet. This fast growing hedge has glossy, deep green foliage that remains until late fall. Preferring full to partial sun, this fast growing hedge will grow into a heavily branched, dense plant, making it a very good windbreak or privacy screen. This fast growing hedge is hardy in zones four through eight.

Best Shrubs for Privacy - Lilac Hedge pictured

The Best Shrubs for a Privacy Screen

Privacy Hedge: Rows of tall hedges provide privacy to this lawn. From HGTV.com's Garden Galleries

Schip Laurel is a dwarf evergreen shrub that can be grown for a privacy hedge

Like this color & blend w privacy shrub. Not sure what kind of shrub it is.

Ligustrum, fast growing evergreen shrub that produces lots of privacy and white flowers

Craftsman Style Gate - I want to start adding some Craftsman touches to our 1970s ranch.

Pallet fencing -- surrounding patio to keep closed off from dogs and provide privacy... fern growing up would be AWESOME

I Like This - Wood pallets as fencing - Set them up nicely and add a dash of paint. This could work.

This one too my hubby would like

Like this one ALOT also & hubs would approve it

Like this bad the planters on top for added privacy & style

Privacy Fences Walls Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

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recycled corrugated metal