Natural vegetation always seems to attract a nostalgic appeal to people who are accustomed to their presence. More so in garden screening, because here, one can perceive a symmetrical alignment and therefore appeal. Garden Screens
are perfect for privacy in small or large spaces depending on what you prefer. They also present an aesthetic appearance and agreement with natural surroundings that augment their particular appeal.
A wide variety of trees and shrubs like western red cedar and Hogan cedar are popular garden screens. Both can effectively guard your privacy and exude beauty at the same time provided they are planted correctly to allow full growth. A more picturesque result can be realized with by a combination of evergreen and deciduous species interspersed with bushes. On the other hand, there is also wisdom in planting the screening plants in staggered formation to block unrestricted viewing of the inner area of your grounds.
Be wary of a bamboo screen
Despite its elegant and beautiful appearance, the bamboo plant can prove very troublesome when used as a garden screen. Most bamboo species are invasively destructive due to its tendency to grow very fast. A young bamboo shoot can become as tall as a man in a matter of weeks and to imagine a bunch of them planted together at the same time to provide an effective screen closely knit screen is far from being realistic. However, they can be a good screen for your house when viewed from a distance
Screening with trellises
HC Designer Screens can assist in putting up a trellis screen for you but it is truly easy to create. All it takes is a metal, vinyl or wooden trellises that do not normally need additional support from posts or your walls. Strong trellises can simply be balanced and firmly placed in the ground using concrete followed by plantings of the right kind of plants to grow and climb the trellis in a haphazard fashion. We have noted that the most popular plants used in this style of garden screening are climbing clematis and roses that complement each other in terms of colour and grow well together.
The dull dreary fence
If you happen to opt for a fence as a screening structure for your garden be warmed that an ordinary looking fence adds nothing to the beauty of your home surroundings. We can nevertheless impart some of the know-how we’ve accumulated over the years regarding the use of fences for your screening purposes. We recommend you immediately add zest to your fence by planting green plants such as grapes or flowering vines. They will automatically introduce an enticing look to your dull fence.
HC Designer Screens provide the best in garden screens. Call us now +61 02 9648 2715 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide all the information you need on garden screens.