“Landscaping for Privacy” brims with creative ideas for minimizing or even eliminating the nuisances that intrude on your personal outdoor space. Scores of real-world examples show you how to keep the outside world at bay by strategically placing buffers (such as berms or groups of small trees), barriers (such as fences), and screens (arbors or hedges, for example) around your property. And the helpful plant lists tell you precisely which varieties to choose in order to enhance your sense of seclusion.
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An artfully designed double fence, each 5 ft. high, with a 5 ft. space between, keeps deer from jumping into the vegetable garden and also provides an attractive trellis for climbing plants.
Photo By John Neff