Privacy Trees

Best 6 Trees For Privacy To Grow In Phoenix Arizona

You can sense it when it feels like you’re on display in your personal outdoor space. It’s a feeling that can make it a little harder to relax and enjoy your front yard. With the right evergreens, you can create a personal fortress that feels peaceful, and most of all, private.

Planting for privacy is a breeze with evergreen trees. Using trees to create privacy in your front yard means that you get to add color, texture, form, or anything else you can envision!

We carry a wide selection of evergreens that can create any aesthetic for your landscape design and provide you and your family with plenty of peaceful solitude.

Yes, you could install an expensive fence or build a wall made from brick, stone, or some other solid material. The thing is, those tall fences and walls can make us feel confined in our space.

Not to mention that there could be local laws or HOA restrictions based on height, placement, and style. Over time, those fences start to show wear and tear that can be expensive to fix or replace.

China Boy Meets China Girl Holly Combo

Ginger and Fred, enjoy a catch-up at Fred’s house. Lucy and Desi have a good time together. Danny and Sandy spend some time together.

Eric and Ariel spend some time together. The two of them spend some time together. There are some couples that just seem to go well together, don’t they?

It is with great pleasure that we present to you one of the all-time classic couples—China Boy Holly and China Girl Holly (Ilex x meserveae ‘Mesdob’ and ‘Mesog’).

Plantsman, a team of expert plantsmen, has grown the two together in a single container to make the most of its fruiting potential.

The presence of China Boy and China Girl in such close proximity means that the female blooms will be pollinated by the male blooms.

You will enjoy a lush display of rich red holly berries throughout fall, as they continue to ripen through the winter.

It would be a pity to miss out on the wonderful red Holly fruit at this time of year, wouldn’t it? There is no denying that it adds a whole new level of class and elegance to this bushy evergreen shrub and makes your seasonal landscape look breathtaking.

No matter what the weather is like, whether it is hot or cold, sun or partial shade, this easy-care combo looks fantastic all year round.

There are plenty of ways to make use of their shiny, rich green, distinctive foliage in your landscaping project with their rich, glossy green leaves.

Siouxland Cottonwood

For as long as anyone can remember, the majestic Cottonwood tree has graced the wetlands and river banks of North America.

This tree is known for its heart-shaped leaves that are designed to catch even the slightest breeze and it brings a lot of interest to the landscape thanks to its heart-shaped leaves.

Having this valuable tree in your yard will bring shade, motion and a gentle “white noise” to your life.

A soothing, soft murmur from the leaves tends to mask unpleasant noises from the traffic, much like a garden fountain would.

As far as the foliage is concerned, it is a light green with a silvery overcast on the underside.

The fluttering leaves also seem to sparkle and flash as their silvery sides reflect the rays of the sun as they pass through them.

There is something about this Poplar tree that catches your attention. There is no doubt that it is a magnificent focal point in the landscape. The leaves of the trees turn a bright yellow during the fall season.

Blue Italian Cypress

A downright stunning Blue Italian Cypress tree (Cupressus sempervirens ‘Glauca’) is a magnificent tree that graces gardens throughout the Mediterranean for uncountable decades.

In my opinion, there are few plants as beautiful and as magical as this one in conjuring up the romantic, old world charm of Europe.

Moreover, it is also incredibly hardworking in the home landscape, and will look just as stunning in a peaceful winter garden as it does in a vibrant summer garden.

If you want to achieve several goals in your garden, this tree can help you achieve them, including privacy, shade, accent and definition.

The Blue Italian Cypress is a hardy, evergreen coniferous tree. Their tall, narrow habit will add structure to your design all throughout the year, with their tall, narrow habit. It is almost guaranteed that they will keep their lush, blue-green foliage almost all the way to the ground.

The columnar form of these trees never needs to be pruned to keep its classic upright shape, though they can be sheared if you want a more formal appearance. Otherwise, a simple clip will be able to handle any errant branch. Overall, this is a tree that does not require much care.

Black Diamond® Shell Pink™ Crape Myrtle Shrub

This beautiful flowering shrub will make the people around you happy. This coral-pink plant will grace any landscape with a lavish, long-lasting display of coral-pink blooms.

There are several reasons why the Shell Pink Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia BLACK DIAMOND ‘Shell Pink’) is such a showy plant in the summer and fall.

You can have a stylish party here for your friends! It’s a great place to take pictures of your party surrounded by colorful shrubs.

With its delicious dark foliage that contrasts perfectly with its clusters of pink blooms, this plant is a real eye-catcher.

As the plant emerges, it appears to be a lush purple-black color, and stays that way throughout the growing season.

Also, there is no need to fuss or make a big deal about it. Crape Myrtle cultivars belonging to the Black Diamond line are known for their high resistance to powdery mildew.

As the plant develops into an upright shrub, it naturally becomes a stunning plant. From the middle of summer through the fall, it features colorful foliage and an abundance of vibrant flowers. Depending on the year, you might even see the flower show as early as June.

Wherever you put the Shell Pink Crape Myrtle in your landscape, it will stand out immediately. Crape Myrtles are so versatile, and you can keep them at whatever size you want. If you possess a large container, you can even plant it there.

Deodar Cedar Tree

It is very likely that if you are looking for a stable, evergreen presence in your landscape, you need to take a close look at the magnificent Deodar Cedar (Cedrus deodara).

The pyramidal branches of these evergreen trees are ascending, and their secondary branches are beautifully drooping. I really like how they look because they appear to be folded and drooping.

This tree could probably be studied for the rest of your life.

In contrast to the lyrical growth habit, there is an interesting juxtaposition between the short, stick-straight, blue-green needles arranged in clusters.

These majestic cone-shaped conifers are adorned with needle clusters that stand on top of their impressive branches, lending a splash of dynamic energy to the otherwise airy, stately trees.

Despite its big impact on the landscape, Deodar Cedar whispers rather than shouts. By adding it to a Zen Garden or as the living walls of an outdoor Meditation Garden, you can truly make a statement.

Italian Cypress Tree

A classic Italian Cypress tree (Cupressus sempervirens) would be the perfect choice if you want to create a spectacular focal point in your landscape.

There is something about the Mediterranean Cypress trees that immediately brings to mind the Tuscan landscape and the romantic pace of graceful living.

You can give your landscape some serious Italian style with the help of these fast-growing trees.

They have appeared in paintings and photographs for quite some time.

Travel brochures and architectural renderings show them in the best light. With this information, you can create the landscape of your dreams.

As an exclamation point in your design, these strong, straight vertical elements add a strong, contrasting element to your Zone 7 – 10 garden.

Trees of the Italian Cypress family naturally grow straight as arrows and their shape is maintained without the need for pruning.

In climates where they thrive, they will stay green all year round. If you want the best results for them, make sure that they get full sunlight. As soon as they are established, they don’t need much supplemental watering and they handle drought well.