Low maintenance & bird-friendly evergreen screen - A) Juniperus x pfitzeriana ‘Gold Coast'; B) Canada hemlock; C) Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii ‘Atropurpurea’); D) Bugleweed ‘Variegata’; E) Threadleaf false cypress ‘Golden Mop’; F) Bird’s-nest spruce‘Nidiformis’); G) Juniperus scopulorum 'Wichita Blue'; H) Eastern white pine ; I) Colorado blue spruce; J) Black Hills spruce (Picea glauca var. densata); K) Compact blue spruce (Picea pungens); L) Juniperus squamata ‘Blue Star’

Low maintenance bird-friendly evergreen screen - A) Juniperus x pfitzeriana Coast B) Canada hemlock; C) Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii D) Bugleweed E) Threadleaf false cypress Mopu

Cypress trees and lavender

Cypress trees and lavender edit: Use the cypress trees (Fink's) sprinkle in some Salvia and dwarf blue-green grasses !This bed is also raised! need to make sure to have space between MATURE trees to pull off look!

Evergreens That Stop Growing at a Perfect 8-12 ft. Height - These easy-to-grow hedge trees are perfect for tight areas. Its shimmering emerald color and disease resistance make it an extremely popular evergreen hedge.   Your best choice for a medium-sized privacy screen... just plant every 3 ft. for a tidy, neat hedge that never needs trimming.  Ideal for...

Emerald Green Arborvitae

Thrives on Neglect! - Extremely drought tolerant Forms a thick privacy screen Adaptable to various soil types The attractive 'Blue Sapphire' Cypress is the most drought tolerant of any evergreen.

After browsing loads of ideas for along the new fence, I think this is it!

How to Space a Privacy Fence Using Arborvitae Pyramidalis

Along the back fence Hedge with decorative flowers Skyrocket juniper or emerald arborvitae hedge or privacy screen with foundation-style plantings of peonies and .

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard

The Best 10 Plants to Grow for Backyard Privacy

Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard (for around the chicken coop

I count myself lucky to be the new owner of a stately 19th century New England home, complete with butler's pantry and winding stair. The only blight on its historic character? A nasty chain link fence which surrounds the entire yard. And so I've been investigating hedges.

Hornbeam: A Hedge for All Seasons

Hornbeam Hedge in Pennsylvania. A sheared fastigiate European hornbeam hedge (under-planted with liriope) lines a driveway in Villanova, PA. Designer John Shandra of Gale Nurseries wanted to create a sharp, clean line between public and private space.

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