Pampas grass hedge-- may do this in back behind parking pad as a natural fence

Pampas grass hedge-- may do this in back behind parking pad as a natural fence

Found it! inexpensive way to have or make a natural privacy fence!!Viburnum Odoratissimum Only $10 each at Ace Hardware!

Found it! inexpensive way to have or make a natural privacy fence!!Viburnum Odoratissimum Only $10 each at Ace Hardware!

fast growing tree for a natural privacy fence.

fast growing tree for a natural privacy fence.

Privacy Screens (02) Natural screen installed 5 years ago -Landscape work by Clarke Landscape

Privacy Screens (02) Natural screen installed 5 years ago -Landscape work by Clarke Landscape

Great divider between the neighbors. http://blog.northerngardener.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/evergreens.jpg

Great divider between the neighbors. http://blog.northerngardener.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/evergreens.jpg

decorating a garden fence, love this idea very much!  wall art, birdhouses, etc...don't know if I could keep that many flowers alive but I could try!

decorating a garden fence, love this idea very much! wall art, birdhouses, etc...don't know if I could keep that many flowers alive but I could try!

Amazing DIY Fence Ideas - Our house already has a complete privacy fence in the back yard

Amazing DIY Fence Ideas - Our house already has a complete privacy fence in the back yard

Cedar is the preferred wood for fence-building, because of its resistance to rot and insects. (In some regions, redwood is the top choice.) Both species may be left to weather naturally, but every few years, its wise to coat natural wood with a clear preservative.

Cedar is the preferred wood for fence-building, because of its resistance to rot and insects. (In some regions, redwood is the top choice.) Both species may be left to weather naturally, but every few years, its wise to coat natural wood with a clear preservative.

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, trees, or flowering bushes are attractive and environmentally friendly havens for songbirds, butterflies, and other desirable fauna. These living fences also provide an eye-catching way to define your property’s boundaries, and they serve as effective and visually pleasing privacy screens—as the adage says, “good fences make good neighbors.” Here are 11 ideas for integrating a natural fence into your own property.

Natural fences constructed of shrubbery, trees, or flowering bushes are attractive and environmentally friendly havens for songbirds, butterflies, and other desirable fauna. These living fences also provide an eye-catching way to define your property’s boundaries, and they serve as effective and visually pleasing privacy screens—as the adage says, “good fences make good neighbors.” Here are 11 ideas for integrating a natural fence into your own property.

Natchez Crape Myrtles and Goldmound Spirea in a Teacup Garden

Natchez Crape Myrtles and Goldmound Spirea in a Teacup Garden

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