Hornbeam trees for fence line: - Sequin Gardens                                                                                                                                                                                 More

APLD 2010 International Landscape Design Merit Award Winner Richard G Shuster, RG Shuster & Company, Southampton, NY

Thuja Emerald The Perfect Fast-Growing  Privacy Hedge Compact grower to 7-8' tall Thuja Emerald thrives in  full sun to part shade Easily adapts to sandy or heavy clay soils Plant in groups of 6, 12, or 24 for best results Plant 2-3' apart for fast hedge Jumbo 22" tall specimens for quicker results!

Thuja Emerald The Perfect Fast-Growing Privacy Hedge Compact grower to tall Thuja Emerald thrives in full sun to part shade Easily adapts to sandy or heavy clay soils Plant in groups of or 24 for best results Plant apart for fast hedge Jumbo

“Columar Hornbeam Tree” - 'LOVE' for privacy in tight places. Will grow above the 6 ft. fence line - Nice ! Would look beautiful decorated in white lights also to light the pathway at night !

“columnar hornbeam tree” - 'LOVE' for privacy in tight places. Will grow above the 6 ft. fence line - Nice ! Would look beautiful decorated in white lights also to light the pathway at night !

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Why You Should Build A Living Fence By Planting Hedgerows

Colorful shrubs on property lines. Growing a thick hedgerow, rather than building an esthetically harsh fence, is an excellent option for privacy.

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Privacy Trees: These 4 Grow the Fastest

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How to Plant a Privacy Hedge

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.

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Everything you wanted to know about the Best Privacy Trees For Your Backyard. Featuring editorial, tips and little-known gardening secrets.

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Tree Border: Trees and bushes provide privacy along the border of the property. Tree Border: Trees and bushes

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