arborvitae and lavender (excellent color, but the more perennials the better to extend the bloom period)

Left side of lot for backdrop and privacy Landscaping - Jetstream Landscape Arborvitae, Lavender, low grasses

Arborvitae (or Thuja). A dense, bright green cone-shaped conifer. ‘Green Giant’ and ‘Emerald Green’ are perfect cultivars for screens. -

Arborvitae (or Thuja). A dense, bright green cone-shaped conifer. ‘Green Giant’ and ‘Emerald Green’ are perfect cultivars for screens.

Growing emerald green arborvitae is a popular option to help you screen your home from prying eyes. This Buzzle article tells you how to care for your large conifers so that they keep looking beautiful and healthy.

How to Care for Emerald Green Arborvitae

Means unchanging friendship 🍪 Growing emerald green arborvitae is a popular option to help you screen your home from prying eyes. This Buzzle article tells you how to care for your large conifers so that they keep looking beautiful and healthy.

Dig a Trench   | How to Plant a Privacy Hedge | This Old House Mobile

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.

falkner gardens :: garden terrace at Mountain Brook, Alabama residence

falkner gardens :: walled courtyard garden terrace at Mountain Brook, Alabama residence featuring low boxwood hedge in front of arborvitae screen

uplighting arborvitae lemonbest

DIY Uplighting — Adding Year-round, Low-cost Magic to your Yard and Garden

Landscape lighting ideas to safely illuminate a garden pathway #landscaping #backyard #walkway

landscape lighting ideas to safely illuminate a garden pathway - perfect for the garage walkway!

Horizontal space is at a premium in many of the best small backyard ideas. That's why it's good to look for shrubs and trees that max out interest as they grow up, not out. Try dwarf varieties for a small backyard, as well as more columnar evergreens (bonus—they boost wintertime interest, too)./

Small Yard & Small Garden Landscaping Ideas

Keep the garden vertical. That's why it's good to look for shrubs and trees that max out interest as they grow up, not out. Try dwarf varieties for a small backyard, as well as more columnar evergreens (bonus—they boost wintertime interest, too).

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