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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Trellis, glass and other transparent and semi-transparent screens help to separate garden spaces, without reducing the available light. They are useful in smaller plots, where they break up the space and add change of mood while maintaining visual connections to be made. Open latticework may be left open, screened with evergreens or used to support climbing plants.
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