By Clayton Ditzler
Plants are by no means secondary to structures; they work in concert and serve an important role by lending a soft texture to the landscape. Besides their effectiveness at visual blockage, plants, which come in a variety of eye-pleasing colours, also have a dense, soft texture that absorbs sound.
Trees play an important role in creating a private garden and because of their size they are some of the most significant.
For example, deciduous trees—those that drop their leaves in the fall—provide three seasons of privacy, which is often enough for outdoor spaces that are not typically used in the winter. On the other hand, evergreen trees provide four seasons of coverage and are very effective at blocking unwanted views from the residence.
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