Private Parts

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Here in the United States, we have a right to privacy, and that right is even protected by the Constitution. Although there are many arguments about this, we’re not going to get in that deep. This is a landscaping website, not a political website. Don’t worry, you’ll be seeing enough of that soon anyway. (It’s almost election year.)

Unless you live in a rural area, you most likely have neighbors on each side of your house. While it’s good to be social and interact with you neighbors, it’s also nice to have some privacy, especially in your own back yard. There are many ways you can increase the privacy in your yard. You could build a fence or a wall, but those ideas are more on the expensive side. We have a different idea for providing privacy. Have you thought about screening with shrubs?

In this article, we will share with you 8 different plants that when planted for screening, provide privacy for your yard.

1. American Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens)

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2. Burford Holly (Ilex cornuta

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3. English Yew (Taxus baccata)

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4. Japanese Cleyera (Ternstroemia gymnanthera) 

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5. Japanese privet (Ligustrum japonicum)

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6. ‘Nellie R. Stevens’ Holly

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7. Tea Olive (Osmanthus fragrans)

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8. Wax Myrtle (Myrica cerifera)

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There are so many options out there for screening. These are 8 of our top picks! Are you tired of your neighbors peeking over when you’re having a party they weren’t invited to? Would you like to create a space where you can feel protected and private? Give us a call today and we can help you protect the private parts of your yard!

919-844-3441 or fill out the contact form below

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