Grow A Lush #PrivacyScreen

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Real Estate Agent
modern patio by Falling Waters Landscape

Having a good relationship with your neighbors is key to enjoying your home, but that doesn’t mean hanging out with them in your outdoor space, unless they’re invited. And while good fences really do make good neighbors, they can also seem harsh in outdoor spaces with a lot of hardscaping.

Greening your patio, deck or yard can go a long way toward screening your space. And creating privacy with plants doesn’t mean you’ll have to wait several years before enjoying your patio in peace, nor should a lack of space for planting beds leave you waving at your neighbors.

Here are 10 ideas for making your outdoor space feel lush and secluded with plants.

Comments (2)

Grant Schneider
Performance Development Strategies - Armonk, NY
Your Coach Helping You Create Successful Outcomes

Caroline - lush landscaping looks good in those spaces but it needs to be planned and maintained and not grown wild.

Mar 15, 2014 03:00 AM
Manuela Baginski
Coastal Properties Group/Christie's International Real Estate - Tierra Verde, FL
bilingual Real Estate Professional in Tampa Bay

What gorgeous photos!!  I really like the vertical garden with the design and the spice wall!  Thanks!

Mar 18, 2014 05:14 AM