This article presents probably the most in-demand trees these days, namely arborvitae for privacy. And indeed, what could be better than a cozy backyard protected from prying eyes?
Today we will talk about Blue Point, one of the best junipers for both hedging and growing as a specimen plant.
Today we will compare Skyrocket Juniper with other similar junipers. I hope this article will help you choose the right variety to achieve your goal.
Privacy plants are a real find for those who like to sit in silence away from the eyes of others. Indeed, what can be more beautiful than a green wall of living plants? Today we will take a look at two plants that are used in most cases as screen plants.
Privacy plants have become an indispensable attribute of every yard these days. Everyone wants to have a cozy spot where they can rest from annoying neighbors and the eyes of passers-by.
Junipers are some of the most popular privacy trees. This is especially true of mountain junipers, namely Blue Arrow Juniper and Skyrocket Juniper.
Arborvitae (or as it is called – Thuja) is a very practical tree. Using these plants, you can form unique garden compositions or plant them separately, and it will also look very beautiful. Also very popular is the creation of a green fence from these plants.
Juniper trees were one of the first in my garden, and it is not surprising, for many years, these beautiful plants have been cultivated around the world. Every year, breeders produce new cultivars with increasingly attractive decorative features.
Thuja is a widespread coniferous tree. This genus has only a few species, but the number of decorative varieties is huge. Due to such popularity in many gardeners, especially beginners are interested in what time of year it is best to start growing it.
Juniper trees are ideal plants for creating a variety of garden figures and bonsai. Undersized varieties that have a bush shape are best suited for this. I have several different juniper trees in the garden, and they differ in shape and size. I have been forming these plants for several years now.
When I first saw the pines, I was fascinated by their long needles, beautiful bark texture, and sturdy trunk. Later, I started growing decorative pines in my garden. It seemed that due to their strength and energy, they could not be damaged.