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Thuja plicata 'Gelderland' A upright tree with aromatic deep green foliage which tend to have bronze overtones in winter. An excellent screening plant. Fast growing to more than in the first 10 years.

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Evergreen Privacy Screen ---   Hicksii Yew (Taxus x media 'Hicksii');   Foliage: The soft needles form a dense, dark green barrier, but can brown with exposure to winter winds.  Dimensions at Maturity: Grows up to 20 feet high and 12 feet wide in zones 4 to 7.

Evergreen Privacy Screens

Evergreen Privacy Screen --- Hicksii Yew (Taxus x media 'Hicksii'); Foliage: The soft needles form a dense, dark green barrier, but can brown with exposure to winter winds. Dimensions at Maturity: Grows up to 20 feet high and 12 feet wide in zones 4 to

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Industrial pump housings for planters?” “Marriott uses industrial electric pump housings and an old chili pot as flower pots.

Cherry Laurel Hedge Plants | Prunus Laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia' Hedging

Prunus laurocerasus 'Rotundifolia' hedging along fence? Cherry Laurel (honey bees like the honeydew produced by these)

The Best Type of Evergreen Privacy Hedge

The Best Type of Evergreen Privacy Hedge

If you are thinking about planting a new hedge and have doubts on which plant is the best for you, we are offering a list of the most popular ones s

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Plant large, sprawling deer repellent varieties such as thick hedges of boxwoods or short needle spruces around the borders of your garden | thisoldhouse.com | from 20 Ways to Keep Deer Out of Your Yard

20 Ways to Keep Deer Out of Your Yard

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Garden Design Ideas & Inspiration : Formal garden design, hedges on hedges on hedges. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury.

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