White Picket Fences - Design Chic
Walpole Woodworkers What is it about a white picket fence that is so undeniably charming? Matt Gibson Architect Is it the shape itself? Keith Scott Morton Photography via Country Living The way it just seems to invite you in? my ideal home The promise of the enchanted garden that may be lurking behind? suziebeezie […]
8 Great Ideas for Backyard Landscaping! - The Graphics Fairy
8 Ideas for Backyard Landscaping. Tour a beautiful Backyard Garden and get some great tips along the way.
Willow Hybrid Tree
Fast-Growing and Dense Privacy Screen Why Willow Hybrids? A living and lush privacy fence of your very own is just a click away. The Austree Willow Hybrid grows up to 6 feet each year, filling out to create a solid green wall. And it's an excellent, trouble-free green screen because it thrives across the country, no matter the climate or conditions. Even better? It's disease resistant and tolerates both hot and cold temperature extremes. From Florida to Canada, Austree Willow Hybrids thrive…
Hydrangea paniculata 'Jane'(LITTLE LIME™ HYDRANGEA)
See our large selection of Hydrangeas for your landscape or garden, delivered to your home.
Best Hedges to Plant - Fast-growing and Elegant Privacy Hedges
Building a privacy hedge is your best bet if you intend to restrain those prying eyes and, at the same time, add to the beauty of your surroundings.
This is a "warning" post. I had planted a row of these about 4 years ago, with the intention of blocking out the neighbor behind us. Our 6 foot privacy fence, on a slope, was only about 5 feet in reality. True to their information, they do grow extremely fast and provide excellent privacy. Within 3 years they were about 15 feet tall. Unfortunately, we spent last summer trying to exterminate them. The roots are VERY invasive. I found a root up against our above ground pool, and my poo…
America's Most Popular Holly Why American Holly Trees? True to its name, the American Holly is the most popular Holly cultivar in the country. Why? Well, for starters, it's disease and pest resistant, making it ideal for creating an effortless hedge or privacy screen. Plus, it's versatile. American Holly Trees can be trimmed as a foundation hedge or as a secure, tall privacy fence. And they require minimal care, growing in a variety of climates and resisting mildew, disease and insects…