We were recently asked to suggest a good combination of trees and shrubs to transform a bare space to look not only established but to screen the neighbour’s windows in preparation for a house sale.
We were delighted to plant a 4-metre Monkey Puzzle tree for one of our customers this week.
Here is another example of our Photinia ‘Red Robin’ trees, having been installed to create garden privacy earlier this week.
Prunus laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel tree) is a large glossy leaved evergreen tree which is very fast growing. Cherry Laurel will make a very dense form of screening becoming thicker the more it is clipped.
Pleached laurel are one of our best selling screening trees, creating a dense screen all year round.
Recently we were asked to recommend a screening tree solution on a new build estate in Braintree, a town in Essex, south east England.
These Pleached Hornbeam trees were planted in a garden of a relatively newly built house to create a screen from overlooking windows and create a more private garden.
One of our recent installations concerned a customer whose view from the rear garden was suddenly eroded by the rapid construction of the factory building.