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5-6 foot size is the "sweet spot" for evergreen shrubs in the home landscape. They're tall enough to be a substantial backbone planting, but not too large that they dwarf your house and block all the natural light.
Need a fast-growing privacy hedge right away? Here are the best fast-growing privacy hedges that you can plant to achieve a tall, dense hedge very quickly.
Mmgibson saved to Landscaping with Hedges
An impressive fence does provide a welcome sense of privacy. Although even the nicest ones can have the unfortunate effect of shouting "keep out". Tall, thick, and dense evergreen shrubs on the other hand, also provide that sense of solitude but do so with a leafy whisper. Here are our favorites for all zones.
Nikki Hill saved to Landscape ideas
7 fast growing evergreen trees and shrubs - add these to your landscaping for quickly growing gorgeous color and privacy year round.
Glenda M Watkins saved to Garden - Perrenials
If you're thinking of planting a hedge in your garden, why settle for plain evergreen bushes when you could grow some flowering hedge plants. From a Camellia hedge to a lilac hedge to other blooming evergreens, you have lots of beautiful shrubs to choose from for your privacy screen.
Gardener's Oasis saved to Bushes and Trees
Several types of evergreen trees are easy to grow as a living privacy screen. These plants include varieties of fir, cedar, pine, spruce, false cypress, cypress, arborvitae, and yew.
Laura Hemmer saved to Guy Street exterior
I’ve got this ugly view and I need to cover it so I’ve designed an evergreen tree privacy screen (hedge) to block the view. You can add a privacy screen to your landscape design or garden design too. See how easy it is!
Chace Holland saved to Landscaping
They're friendlier than a stockade fence, cheaper than a wall, and prettier than lattice.
<p>Griselinia, also known as New Zealand Privet, is one of our top-selling evergreen hedge species. Here you can find out our top ten reasons why we think it's so special and why this could be the ideal hedge for your garden, particularly if you are looking for a fresh, modern look.</p>
Colder zones may have all that colorful foliage to add excitement to the dwindling light of autumn days, but in zones 6 through 10, you have something pretty
A m y O w e n s saved to G•R•O•W