Height and Structure: Add Vertical Interest to Your Garden

Height and structure create movement and dynamism, enhancing the way a garden is perceived and used. Here, we show you how to combine hard landscaping and planting to create the effects you want.

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Shielding Neighbors

Combining trees and shrubs behind trellis screens provides partial screening and privacy from neighbors. A painted frame adds height and structure to an otherwise small space.

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