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Hedge and Screening Plants

Plants can be used to make a effective screen area between landscaping, add security, hide unsightly views or form a sound barrier.  The following is a list of plants recommended for screens and hedges.

Hedge and Screening Plants over 10 Foot

  • Arborvitae, Emerald Green
  • Arborvitae, Excelsa
  • Arborvitae, Nigra
  • Arborvitae, Green Giant
  • Arborvitae, Zebrina
  • Cedar, Deodora
  • Cedar, Eastern Red
  • Cryptomeria, Ratican
  • Cryptomeria, Yoshina
  • Cypress, Leyland
  • Hemlock
    Holly, Blue Maid
  • Holly, Dragon Lady
  • Holly Variegated English
  • Holly, Nellis Stevens
  • Holly, Oakland
  • Holly, Robin
  • Juniper, Spartan
  • Juniper, Witchia Blue
  • Pine, White
  • Pine, Vanderwolf
  • Spruce, Colorado
  • Spruce, Norway

Hedging and Screening plants under 10 foot

  • Abelia varieties
  • Arborvitae Globe
  • Azaleas
  • Barberry varieties
  • Boxwood varieties
  • Cypress Goldthread Sungold
  • Euonymus, Burning Bush
  • Euonymus, Golden
  • Euonymus, Silver King
  • Euonymus Manhatten
  • Forsythia
  • Holly, Blue Girl
  • Holly, Blue Princess
  • Holly, China Girl
  • Holly, Dwarf Burford
  • Holly, Inkberry varieties
  • Holly, Japanese varieties
  • Holly, Needle Point
  •  Juniper, Angelica Blue
  • Juniper, Gold Lace
  • Juniper, Gray Owl
  • Juniper, Old Gold
  • Juniper, Sea Green
  • Laurel, Otto Luykens
  • Laurel, Schipkaensis
  • Ligustrum, Curly Leaf
  • Ligustrum, Swift Creek
  • Nandina, Domestica
  • Nandina, Gulfstream
  • Photona, Red Top
  • Plum, Purple Sand Cherry
  • Rose, Knockout Varieties
  • Spirea varieties
  • Viburnum, Pragense
  • Viburnum, Shasta
  • Weigela, Wine and Roses
  • Yews, Densiformus
  • Yews, Hicks