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Had Horrible Leylandii Trees ‘Shaved’ Down On Our Side Of The Garden ( No Nests)
Our neighbour is having the cut right down, my question is, does anyone know what I could use to cover ‘hide’ it ? It looks very unsightly and I thought some kind of windbreak but most aren’t tall enough
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If I understand your picture correctly...and I may not have as my specs are not to hand immediately...I would be putting tubs/large pots along the side of that fence and growing climbing plants up to those stubs of leylandi....pretty climbers and things like grape vines....(mine gave a good crop of grapes last year...after 2/3 years) then you have cover and the beginnings of a wine cellar. At least a tub each end and honey suckle one end and grapes the other .. for example!