A fence is the most popular option among homeowners who are seeking to boost the level of privacy in their homes. Steel, concrete, and wood are usually their material of choice.
However, the right types of plants — when grown, shaped, and maintained properly — also make for great natural screeners in any property. Although they may require constant work on your part, if you’re looking for a more natural feature in your home that can enhance privacy, provide security, and even act as effective wind breaks, opt for tall-growing plants.
Below are some of the most recommended types of plants that work best as tall hedges and natural screening features for your home:
You don’t need to have artificial fences built around your home to boost privacy. If you’re not looking for a quick solution and are willing to put in some work, opt for hedges and natural screeners.
You may think that staying on top of your lawn mowing duties by mowing frequently automatically makes you a really good turf curator. However, did you know that there is such a thing as cutting your lawn too short, which means that you’re actually doing more harm than good. But are you trimming the grass too […]
Spring has begun, and for those looking to start laying new lawn turf, this can be a great time of year to do so. When it comes to the choice of turf or seed, some people may choose turf because it tends to become established quicker than seed, and can give you a beautiful-looking lawn […]
No one likes the idea of having a compacted lawn, but it’s something that many of us will have to remedy at one point in time or another. A myriad of different elements can cause compaction, including high levels of traffic from either feet or vehicles. In this article, we take a look at what […]
If you’re interested in having a water feature in your garden, you need to make sure that you plan for it well. It’s not just about its design and layout or the water plants you’re going to use; it’s also about the impact of such an addition to your property. For instance, it’s not advisable […]