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Top 10 Tall Trees for Screening & Privacy

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Need to screen out a neighbour or an unsightly building next door?! At Egardens.com.au this is by far our most common request - for the tallest trees to create a screen.   Most of these guys below can reach heights of up to 8m plus.  Just remember that plants are living things and height growth is always dependant on the plant's environment and how happy they are in their position with sunlight, water and soil playing a major part in how tall the plants will eventually reach at maturity in any given space. OUR TOP 10 TALLEST SCREENING TREES ARE: 1. CUPRESSOCYPARIS LEYLAND..

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Pleaching Trees - What's It All About?

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TREE PLEACHING The old fashioned form of pleaching is super trendy again and comes from the French word 'plecher' which means to braid. It is the method of planting trees in a very straight line and overtime the branches intertwine to create a hedge but with a difference, the hedge appears to be on stilts, after the lower branches have been removed. Pleached trees can be used along fencelines, line a driveway or walkway, create a boundary and will also screen for you.   How do you do it? You can create a pleached effect very easily by removing the lower foliage on your shru..

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The Best Plants for your Pool Area

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Every pool needs beautiful plants to surround and compliment it.  Here are our top tips when choosing plants for your pool area: DO NOT choose plants that are deciduous or are likely to drop alot of leaves.  Pools tend to be situated in exposed areas and high winds will surely bring more leaves to your pool! DO NOT choose plants with invasive root systems as this can cause damage to the pool shell. DO choose plants that require little to no maintenance. DO choose plants that can provide a wind break. DO choose plants that can provide some shade to at least a quarter of the poo..

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How to Care for a Fiddle Leaf Fig

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We now stock the hugely popular Fycus Lyrata or commonly known as the Fiddle Leaf Fig.  Although it has been hailed as a low maintenance plant, some would disagree in that they can be quite a fickle and temperamental plant.  From growing them in the nursery and research on what we have found has worked for other people, here are our top tips to make sure they survive at your place! WHERE TO PLACE YOUR FIDDLE? They are best suited to indoors and are considered a 'high light' indoor plant, meaning they enjoy a well lit and bright room but they do not like direct su..

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