Archive for the ‘Privacy Trees’ Category

Monday, November 27, 2017 @ 01:11 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Cumming GA Landscapers for Back YardsRegardless of how social you are or how public your career is, it is understandable to want a little privacy when you’re at home. While you can certainly go inside the walls of your house to gain some solitude, you should also be able to enjoy your outdoor space without distractions or disruptions from adjacent properties. Privacy trees can be a perfect solution.

It’s true that wooden or metal fences around your property can offer some level of discretion and boundaries for your personal space. However, when seeking a fence for privacy purposes, many are faced with disappointment because fences can’t go as high as trees and few fences are as dense. This means your neighbors can still peep over, and you may continue to hear the street noises just as loud. continue reading

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Thursday, July 6, 2017 @ 04:07 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Cumming GA LandscapersMost of us love having trees in our landscape. They offer valued shade as well as visual appeal. While you don’t have to worry about watering a large tree in your yard, your trees may need some maintenance pruning from time to time. There are several reasons why a tree limb may need to be removed, including the following: continue reading

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017 @ 03:04 PM
posted by Brad Pannone

Cumming GA Landscapers for Privacy TreesFor the majority of homeowners, privacy is important. Whether you are having an intimate gathering in your backyard or want to avoid the lights of street traffic on your front steps, it is understandable to want some isolation or retreat from time to time. Fortunately, you don’t always have to build a brick wall or install a fence to create your desired solitude. Trees and shrubs can make an excellent privacy solution – one that serves its purpose, is naturally discreet offers pleasing aesthetics.
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