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Arborvitae - for insulation, natural fencing, hedge, privacy

We want to make an Arborvitae fence for noise reduction and privacy along the backyard. Prettier and less expensive than a fence.

Living fence Would love to see these in my yard

Arborvitae American arborvitae is an upright evergreen with flat sprays of scalelike needles. 'Techny' is among the most popular varieties; it grows 10 - 15 feet tall, making it a good choice for a hedge or screen. Name: Thuja selections Zones: 2 - 7 Learn more about arborvitae.

♥The trees that form a canopy with lanterns and lights hanging, ivy covered walls & boxwood + the urns

Boxwoods - Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living - Potted boxwoods offer formal elegance with little maintenance. This large American variety creates a living wall in a line of concrete planters.

How to Plant a Privacy Hedge | Step-by-Step | Trees & Shrubs | Yard & Garden | This Old House - Introduction

Cedar hedge backdrop - love the border, must take some ideas for my back raised bed.

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

Divide the space in the landscape using hedging plants like arborvitae to create garden rooms.

Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) - mature width, plant 3 to 4 feet apart. Measure the height and width of the largest root ball. Then use spray paint to mark out a trench that is two to three times wider and 2 inches shallower than the root ball.

American Arborvitae - Thuja occidentalis Great hedge, privacy screen, or windbreak Narrow, pyramid shape Typically grows 20'-30' with 12' spread in urban settings Plant 3' apart for hedge Zones 3 to 7