Garden Fences keep your privacy

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Garden Fences

You all of us want privacy somewhere. Somewhere you privacy from neighbors, somewhere you want your house to be safe from the animals.

For this, we make either concrete boundary or any kind of deer fence.In the earlier article, we have told you about many types of living fences,  these are Box Wood Garden Fences, Privet hedges, Bamboo Garden Fences, Cacti, Arborvitae, Leyland Cypress Trees, Skip Laurel, Euonymus, Juniper ‘Wichita Blue’ and Photinia ‘Red tip’ etc.

Most people use traditional fences for it. If you use natural fences, then there are no competitors, as well as many benefits. You will also have to do some hard work for this, which will keep your health better. For Garden fencing, you will have to choose some plants, Nature Bring here is telling you about some such plants which will also protect your garden as a natural fence and will maintain confidentiality.

Box Wood

Box Wood reached its peak in the 19th century. It is nowadays used as a fence line to make the garden attractive. Boxwood has a sweet aroma, which makes the surrounding enchanting atmosphere attractive. Boxwood is a good option if you want to set natural fencing. It has approximately 90 species and more than 365 varieties display of leaves is done in detail. This will help to enhance the natural beauty of your garden. If it grows freely, it can be up to a height of 20 feet. Gardner cut into various types of interesting shapes of Boxes wood.

Privet hedges

The privet hedges plants go up 4 to 15 feet with a dispersion of 4 to 8 feet. These are very fast growing shrubs, which have white flowers flakes in late spring and early summer. Blackberries come before the flowers, which are later successful in the form of white flowers. Blackberries are the identities of this plant. These are the genus ligstream flowering plants and are native to Northeast Europe and Great Britain. Privet plants are commonly used as hedges and have a special status in Living Fences. The variety of plant depends on the area where you live. These plants can be evergreen, semi-evergreen, or decaying.

Bamboo Living Fences

The bamboo fence developed by farmers was traditionally used to save crops from the ancient times, but today it is used as a charming buddy. It is very cheap. Bamboo is very light and cold-resistant and is very rapidly growing. There are many varieties, some varieties increase to a height of 50 feet, so use it as a model and good looking Living Fences.

Arborvitae Living Fences

Having an evergreen and scale-like leaf Arborvitae is very much preferred as hedges. Due to narrow and prolonged growth, there are very popular for Living Fences plants. Arborvitae is used for the focal point in the range of mixed flowers. It is also called eastern white cedar. It is native to eastern North America. Its direct species develop to a height of 40-60 feet. These are slow-growing plants with better texture. Better scenarios are created through these plants. It tolerates almost all soil, excessively arborvitae are hardy in zone 4-7.

Leyland Cypress Trees

Leyland Cypress trees diluted and rapidly growing evergreen maintains attractive and confidentiality, therefore, it is used in the form of landscaping and Living Fences in modern households. Its leaves are spread in width. The height of the Leyland Cyprus can be as high as 50 feet, but the trees you pick up grow according to the atmosphere there, There is no need to be surprised if there is variation in the length of the tree. Some species are also those that grow in width rather than the hight. ‘Castlewellan’ is more compact and reaches a height of 20-25 feet. Its spread is 8 to 10 feet. Leyland Cypress trees grow very well in zones 6-10.