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  • Kenneth Underwood

    Love the hedge privacy contrast. The Myrtle as a ground cover is great too. Clean line curve appeal. Garden Ideas

  • Suzanne Daniels

    Traditional Landscape Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and the border plants and trees

  • Kendra Ellish-Soszko

    “It's a hedge of Techny Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis 'Techny') pachysandra white hydrangeas” “Side yard idea....circular border, snowball bushes & pachysandra” “Beautiful job! What is the name of the evergreen type plant behind the white hydrangea that is creating the privacy screen?” “Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet' & Annabelle hydrangea.”


    Layering ground cover plants, hedges, and evergreen trees can be a great way to create a barrier for your surrounding neighbors' yards. When these lines are well landscaped and appear lush, they look much more natural than when home owners simply line up trees or install tall privacy fences in the backyard!

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