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if my neighbor would let me attach things to his ugly garage wall!

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Landscaping for Privacy-A lack of privacy is a fact of modern home ownership. In urban and suburban settings, the proximity of neighbouring houses and exposure to the street are inescapable realities. However, it's possible to mitigate these situations through the creative use of buffers, barriers, hedges, and screens. I def need this in my backyard

Bamboo garden-yard...backyard - screen I think this might be a great way to move shade around if you planted it in pots with casters

✤ Landscaping Ideas for Fanciful Fence Dress up a privacy barrier with accents. 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.

Sydney Beachside Garden | Secret Gardens. Love this if it wasn't so white - perhaps charcoal better suited for me? Love the trimming of the bamboo (slender weaver?)

love the bamboo and the grey. ...HINT: to prevent bamboo's infamous spread, plant bamboo within planters. The roots are then contained and cannot form running shoots throughout your yard... and the neighbor's yard...

A sheared fastigiate European hornbeam hedge (under-planted with liriope) lines a driveway

Bamboo Although it's a fast-spreading menace when grown in the ground, bamboo is a dramatic specimen plant when grown in a large container (where it can't escape). It makes a perfect, fast-growing screen. Name: Phyllostachys aurea Size: To 20 feet or more Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist, but well-drained soil