Screening Trees are Ideal for screening neighbours, and creating visual impact in your garden!   Screening trees should be quick growing and have dense foliage or branch structure

Hedging plants are generally place close together 30cm to 1.5m apart depending on the plant.  These can be clipped to create a formal hedge or left to grow naturally to form a semi formal hedge or screen.

Screening & Hedging Plants

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Acacia boormanii - Snowy River Wattle
Acacia cognata - Lime Magik
Acer campestre - Hedge Maple - Common Maple
Acmena Smithii - Lilly Pilly - Green Screen -  Neighbors Be Gone
Acmena smithii var. Minor - Dwarf Lilly Pilly
Adenanthos Silver Silk
Agonis flexuosa - Burgundy
Agonis flexuosa - Willow Myrtle
Albizia julibrissin rosea
Allocasuarina littoralis Black She Oak
Allocasuarina Torulosa - Forest She Oak
Alnus jorullensis (Evergreen Alder) - Evergreen
Banksia integrifolia - Coast Banksia  Coastal Banksia Tree
Buxus microphylla - Korean Box
Buxus sempervirens - English Box
Callistemon - Kings Park Special
Callistemon - Reeves pink
Callistemon citrinus - Endeavour
Callistemon citrinus - White Anzac
Callistemon viminalis - Hannah Ray
 
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