hornbeam trees can become a living fence and hide you from everyone

APLD 2010 International Landscape Design Merit Award Winner Richard G Shuster, RG Shuster & Company, Southampton, NY by Nesli Er

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Pleached Hornbeams with Euphorbia below delineate a rectangular courtyard, design by Jane Brown, landscape architect, photography by Amanda Darcy

Ornamental Pear (Pyrus calleryana 'Capital') for an informal screen. Deciduous so we get some sun in winter.

Ornamental Pear (Pyrus calleryana 'Capital') for an informal screen. Deciduous so we get some sun in winter. Can mix with either the Blueberry Ash or Lilly Pilly evergreen (Syzygium australe 'AATS' PBR Pinnacle)

The typical classic or formal garden first found its way to our shores through our English and European history. In Australia, they were first constructed only for the most impressive and prestigious properties. But using some simple rules, now anyone can have a classic formal garden. How you ask? Here are five key elements.

Andrew Stark Garden Design: Mass plantings of fragrant gardenias & star jasmine border tall hedges of laurel & pears. Five very special urns are dotted throughout the tiny space and are planted with English box spheres.

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