A mature cedar tree hedge denotes property line and also provides privacy to the homeowner.
Evening picture of White Cedar Tree growing at Crater Lake.
Comparison of the evergreen Cedar tree’s leaves when living and dead.
Cedar being an evergreen tree makes for a great year round hedge.
These white cedar trees run the edge of a driveway and provide more of a wind break.
Many property owners plant a row of cedars as a property line break rather than use more expensive options such as a wood fence.
There are many types of cedar trees and more pictures can be found on our Cedar Trees page
Making a natural center piece is easiest if you have access to branches of a pine and/or cedar tree.
The white pine and cedar are evergreen trees so creating a natural display can be done any time during the year,
Christmas is the best time. Especially with twinkle lights and a few snowy décor accessories.
We have lots of Pictures of Christmas Trees
Having trouble identifying a particular tree you would like to incorporate in your landscape design?
Why not pay a visit to your local arboretum. They do a fantastic job of labeling their trees and plants.
As indicated on the sign, the scientific name for the Eastern Arborvitae, Sherwood Moss is Thuja occidentalis.
Two features of a having a good Cedar Tree Hedge are:
- Privacy and
- Cedar hedge can define your property line(s)
If you have a trouble neighbor there is truth in the saying the “good fences make good neighbors”
A cedar hedge could provide the privacy you are after!
Landscape design idea: Using Cedar tree in combination with Cedar Wood planter on porch – planters will naturally grey unless stained. Best have a plastic liner or drop in tray to maintain cedar boxes.
Nicely trimmed white cedar trees create a privacy hedge or natural screen in landscape design.