Protecting privacy and promoting home security is essential when you have one of those houses with a garden in which you must delimit your territory with respect to the rest of the common space. For this you have several options such as placing walls and fences, although none like fences to provide a more charming and natural appearance to your garden.
Would you like to enjoy a beautiful fence in your garden ? Here are some tips as well as the name of the best specimens to achieve it.
What are fences and their characteristics
In case you are still not sure, a fence is a continuous row of bushes that aims to mark a limit on our land or serve as a wind curtain that protects our home from it.
When thinking about carrying out this natural wall, it is essential to make a forecast taking into account the characteristics of each species beyond its aesthetic appearance: if it will be green all year, if it is too high or low for what we need, what needs they have (irrigation, drainage, sun, etc.) or if at least they resist the environmental conditions that we provide, among many other things.
Other aspects to consider
It is especially important to consider the height of the specimens both in the first stage and when they are developed, as they must be adapted to your needs. Also, if you want to combine several species, you may not be interested in having too different heights.
Some of the most common species for this type of space are the Nandina, the Oleander, the Azarero, the Immortelle, the Barberry, the Box, the Duranta, the Cinamomo, the Laurel or the Privet, among many others.
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