What trees to plant on the site along the fence? Even an expensive and new fence made of stone will look gray and dull, and if you use a grid to create a fence, you will constantly be at the crosshair of someone's eyes.
But in the first and in the second case, you can decorate the fence if you plant trees along it, and you can both outside and inside. The main thing is to know what trees to plant along the fence.
There are several important rules to take into account when planting trees along the fence:
5 meters, and for trees, all 3-5.
Plants should not be planted too tightly to each other, correlate the location with the size of the summer cottage.
It will not be news to anyone that many compatriots have fruit trees (cherry, apple) along the fence, although many other types of ornamental trees can be used for this purpose:
If you wish, you can increase the height of the blind fence if you plant trees nearby.
When the crowns begin to close, the trees can be cut, but this process is laborious.
Please note that linden and elm (from hardwood) are the best for shearing.
When choosing which trees to plant near the fence, one should ask the question: “Why do I need this? ". From this data, you can build on and make a choice.
If you look at the various photos, you will understand which trees are planted along the fence. Thanks to the beautiful crowns, you can completely transform the site, and with the help of fir, linden and mountain ash, as well as cherry and chestnut, you can mask the dullness of a heavy concrete or brick fence.
If you are the lucky owner of a beautiful wrought iron or lattice gate, then conifers are best suited. Over time, beautiful spruce legs will stick out between the bars of the fence, and this will deprive your fence of straightness and monotony, and make it mysterious. For even better effect, plant fir or small exotic trees behind (but not as often as the main row).
If you have a classic picket fence, choose fruit trees, and the apples that will fall on the lawn will be the envy of anyone passing by. If the trees are located from the "face" of the fence, then they are needed in order to hide everything that happens in the yard from passers-by. An effective solution will be when planting dwarf trees, for example, birch, spruce, pine, chestnut and their timely cutting.
You can often see a hedge in their dachas, which plays the role of a decorative element, visually divides the space, restricts access and covers the necessary areas ..
In this case, pay special attention to the spruce, from which fences were previously made. To do this, small trees were planted at a distance of 20-25 cm from each other and regularly mowed to maintain the required height and width. This is the favorite way of fencing off Russian landlords in the past.
You can also plant trees along the fence, which are listed below:
The leaves are shiny, beautifully shaped, dark green, and the branches have thorns. The fruits from the tree can be used for healing.
Ideal if you have a high fence.
This variety is also frost-resistant and can withstand any wind and does not require unusual maintenance.
Today it has become fashionable to create interesting compositions that consist of decorative conifers with small splashes of deciduous and flowering trees , which can also be planted along the fence.
Good advice! When planting trees side by side in the background, place tall varieties, namely, columnar thujas, yews, dwarf pines, cypresses. Leave the undersized juniper, dwarf thuja, herringbone in the foreground. Between them, you can place a willow with a weeping crown or a birch.
An interesting solution is saw palmette, which is not so easy to create, but on the sunny side of the site, you can create a spectacular living fence. You can make saw palmette from pear, apple, or mountain ash.
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