Question by  kfelicetti (235)

What are some good ideas for landscaping between neighbors?


Answer by  Grandma (66)

Fences are sometimes installed between neighbors. For others, a green hedge of shrubs could be planted. Large bushes resembling lilacs could be used or shorter flowers such as peonies, roses, or even, iris. Many prefer a line of fir or cedar trees. Others revert to stone walls.


Answer by  timhood (43)

One of the best ways to landscape is to create consistency that flows across property lines. Agree with your neighbor on the size and area of the bed, the types of plants and the bed material (rock, bark, etc.) Avoid planting a row of plants that follow the property line, but instead scatter them randomly and naturally.


Answer by  Ashli (251)

If you want privacy, try installing a short, inexpensive fence, around 2-3 feet tall, or some bushes. For more privacy, try large trees.


Answer by  Advisor (1032)

Depending on the size of the yard, many natural landscaping techniques can be used in lieu of a fence separating yards. Try intricate designs with low shrubs, bushes or even mulch. If using mulch, be sure to plant flowers and add decor such as lawn ornaments using a theme that would be of interest to both neighbors.


Answer by  ruffy (1117)

depend on the neighbor if you like them or not if not a high fence and then plant in front of it if you like i think just keep the lawn mow and nice and neat keep the grass cut and make it look good for you and them so there no fight

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