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Good Plant Hedges Make Good Neighbours Hecker Nursery

Tall growing hedge plants. Freylina tropica* (Honey bell bush): Freylina’s are stunning tall growing indigenous shrubs with lovely little flowers. This is a water wise and fast growing shrub. Budleja varieties (False olives): False olives are one of the easiest plants to grow for hedges and screening. It is a fast growing hardy and evergreen shrub; it is also water wise with beautiful flowers.

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    • Tecomaria capensis | PlantZAfrica

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    • 10 Privacy Plants for Screening Your Yard in Style Decoist

      It’s important to remember that tall, lush hedges (even fast-growing ones) can take years to cultivate and grow. If you have time to be patient, it’s well worth the wait to achieve a private space like the one in the next featured image. Privet is the plant of choice in this stunning outdoor area.