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

Balcony Garden Dreaming: How to create a Vertical Garden, plus Gallery of Quirky Green walls, Tokyo  This would also be great as a privacy screen between you and neighbors.

Sweet vertical garden: Green Wall on a shoestring. Ivy climes a mesh of net, sitting in regular pots on the ground. What a nice way to achieve semi-privacy. From permaculture consultant Cecelia Macauley. Peas or beans

Ficus hillii hedge underplanted with Trachelospermum jasminoides. Manly, NSW Australia Anthony Wyer + Associates www.anthonywyer.com

Garden Design Ideas : Ficus hillii hedge underplanted with Trachelospermum jasminoides.

Syzygium ‘Resilience Lilly pilly "Resilience" is fast growing and will grow to a height of around 4m. It makes a good trimmed hedge from around 1.5m to 3m.

Syzygium ‘Resilience Lilly pilly "Resilience" is fast growing and will grow to a height of around It makes a good trimmed hedge from around to - privacy screen plant after we get back from Bali on low fence side.

**Bamboo** A non-invasive clumping variety is a good option for a garden screen, such as *Bambusa multiplex* ‘Alphonse Karr’. Its pinkish shoots become green-striped yellow culms. It responds well to pruning and reaches between 5-8m.   Photo: Tony Scott / bauersyndication.com.au

**Bamboo** - a non-invasive clumping variety is a good option for a garden screen, such as *Bambusa multiplex* ‘Alphonse Karr’. Its pinkish shoots become green-striped yellow culms. It responds well to pruning and reaches between

Screening plants

Bamboo - While the old running bamboo received a bad reputation for creeping and spreading into neighbouring properties, the new cultivars such as slender weavers (Bambusa textilis ‘Gracilis’) are what’s called ‘clumping’ bamboos. Clumping bamboos don’t s

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