Best 7 Trees For Privacy To Grow In Maine
In Maine, it is important to consider trees that are globally adapted to the unique climates of the three different climate zones – the northern interior zone, which is cooler and drier than the others, the southern interior zone, and the drier, more moderate coastal zone.
In fast Growing Trees Nursery, we can help you find trees and shrubs to grow in your Maine environment that will easily adapt to it.
The fir tree is considered to be one of the best choices for adding privacy to your yard – whether you live in a city, a suburb, or a rural area.
As they are planted together, they not only offer privacy to your backyard, they will also keep pests and noise out of your yard.
Planting evergreen privacy trees and shrubs around your yard is a great way to create a barrier between your house and the outside world, if you cherish your privacy and want to cut down on noise pollution from your street.
As enchanting as its name, the Moonglow Juniper is no exception. Due to its bright colors, adaptability, and hardiness, it is simply one of the most stunning and remarkable trees in any garden, as it will bring light, color, and beauty to any space.
Its dazzling blue, shiny foliage reflects a silvery glow as moonlight plays upon its shiny blue foliage.
Moreover, the Moonglow has a remarkably flexible growth habit, with a dense growth habit, and this tree is capable of easily training branches that make it an exceptional kind of protection barrier.
Could it be even better? The reason that the eucalyptus does not shed any needles or create any litter is just because deer are not interested.
Regardless of the climate or the time of year, your Moonglow Juniper will always have a similar appearance from season to season: a beautiful Rocky Mountain pyramid shape, white sharp needles on firm upward slanting branches, and healthy growth.
Colorado Blue Spruce is one of the best-looking evergreen accent trees, but not everyone has enough room for it because of its extreme height.
You might want to consider compact Baker’s Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens Bakeri’), as a fantastic option for today’s smaller yards.
A blue spruce tree looks wonderful in your yard and this improved variety should be the kind you choose for your yard.
This product will provide you with the geometric precision and bold blue color you are looking for.
Despite the dwarf blue spruce’s perfectly pyramidal shape, it is appropriately sized to fit even in narrow areas such as blinds or screen walls.
Baker’s Blue even produces a living Christmas tree which is the perfect decoration for every year’s Christmas tree.
In Baker’s Blue Spruce trees, the blue needles are longer and the color is superior, rich, and deep. There are gorgeous, silvery-blue needles that give you a wonderful visual relief from the heat, and this plant pairs well with a variety of other plants.
It is the goal of our expert growers to ensure that each plant is identical in terms of colour and form. It is possible to combine several of them to create a formal focal point or to plant a single tree that will act as a specimen accent that stands out.
The Baker’s Blue brings a beautiful sense of structure to your landscaping scheme with its symmetrically tiered branches and strong profile.
North Pole® Arborvitae
Try North Pole® Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis ‘Art Boe’ PP22,174) if you are looking for a beautiful, hardworking tree that will add elegance to any garden all year long.
Proven Winners® selected this beautiful, hardy evergreen by the aforementioned Art Boe of Faribault, Minnesota as one of his finest selections of White Cedar.
In addition, it has a very upright and narrow form that does not require any pruning.
An excellent year-round screen, this tree is soft and green, which makes it an ideal choice for public spaces.
Even a smaller residential landscape can utilize the North Pole to create a green privacy wall to help create a sense of privacy. And, the best part is, it is narrow enough that it will not take up the whole yard.
As long as the North Pole Arborvitae maintains its narrow shape, it will remain so. It grows very easily, is very resistant to winter burn, and can be planted in either full shade or partial shade.
In order for a landscape to function properly, it must have a focal point, and this native selection would do the job admirably.
There are many species of pines that grow along the coast of Alaska and south into Northern California, such as the wild-growing, twisting Coast Pine (Pinus contorta ‘Contorta’) that is dark green and twisted.
It would be interesting to see how they would appear if they were to be placed in a Midwestern yard under constant windy conditions.
Planting at the edges of a lake, along the coast, or even along a busy street are all possibilities for landscaping.
The toughness and adaptability of this tree allow it to survive salt spray exposure with no problem.
As long as the tree doesn’t get buffeted by high winds every day, it will eventually grow a broad rounded canopy, but it will still have a contorted trunk.
Historically, people have been using Shore Pines to create miniature bonsai trees for their visual appeal since generations ago.
You can plant this as a mature specimen to create a natural, dense windbreak or screen or plant it in a row to create a dense, natural shade tree.
You are really going to enjoy how soft and fresh the needles are, along with the amazing scent of real pine. They are all different from one another and they are all standouts in their own right.
Ivory Silk Lilac Tree
If you are looking for something different in your neighborhood, you have come to the right place.
If you’re familiar with Lilac shrubs, then you probably won’t be surprised by this new twist.
There is a Lilac tree (Syringa reticulata ‘Ivory Silk’) that grows much taller in height and much wider in width than other Lilacs.
Despite the fact that it still has fragrant blooms, it is now available in a Super-Sized bloom.
The Ivory Silk Lilac Tree is a great choice if you love Lilacs, but need something that will make a bigger impact on your garden.
In late June, the tree bears enormous flower panicles, each over a foot long, but this is not what we’re referring to as a flowering shrub.
Adding this small tree to your Lilac collection will allow you to continue to enjoy its blooms well after other Lilacs have finished blooming.
Fresh, sweet fragrance is emitted from the tender, creamy white flower bunches that cover your entire garden in early summer. They are a real treat for everyone!
The large, lush leaves of this plant will provide you with refreshing shade after the blooms have passed. There is no doubt that this is a very special type of Lilac as you will be able to tell at a glance.
As the summer progresses, the leaves on the Ivory Silk Lilac Tree will be densely covered in beautiful, dark green leaves, which will make for a very refreshing sight in the heat of summer.
Colorado Spruce (Picea pungens) trees are native to the Rocky Mountains, and they develop into magnificent trees that gain a dominant presence in the landscape.
It’s a wonderful evergreen that offers structure as well as a formal finish to any garden design with its strong lines and pyramidal form.
Some of the name cultivars of this native tree with powdery blue needles you have probably seen on the street.
Blue-toned, cloned and grafted trees are commonly called Colorado Blue Spruce because of their distinctive blue coloration.
We carefully grow our trees from a strain of native trees that is known for its quality and durability.
This product comes in a wide range of colors ranging from a dark, steely green to a blue-green and a silver-blue. Colorado Spruce is a very hardy, strong, long-lived, and strong plant that can be grown on its own roots.
When you need to hide an eyesore from your second story or even third story window, you can use this tall, native forest evergreen. The wood can be used as a substantial windbreak that you want along the edge of your property.