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Adding privacy to any garden, Screening Plants are perfect for creating natural screens. From tall evergreens to native shrubs , these plants can turn gardens into sanctuaries. At Kilby, we have an elegant range of wholesale Screening Plants to transform any landscape into a private retreat. We are a wholesale Screening Plants supplier to trade-only customers in Melbourne. When you source Screening Plants from us, you know you have used only the best for your clients.
Our dedicated and knowledgeable team here at Kilby cultivate premium quality stock that helps you create beautiful gardens with confidence. We work closely with landscapers, designers, developers, retail nurseries and councils to help them design gardens that can be enjoyed. From city courtyards to suburban estates, we pride ourselves on being able to offer you wholesale Screening Plants that can transform any landscape into a private retreat. Our boutique trade-only nursery produces a wide range of wholesale Screening Plants.
At Kilby, our stock is of the highest quality and suited to our Melbourne climate. From fast-growing shrubs to low fruiting trees , our Screening Plants are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours.
Perfect for creating natural screens, our elegant range of wholesale Screening Plants can turn gardens into sanctuaries. Our exceptional Screening Plants are only part of our story. Having earned our reputation over nearly two decades, Kilby Park Tree Farm is a trusted institution. Our qualified team are passionate about sustainable horticulture, cultivating the highest quality stock and helping you grow your business. Call us on 03 to discuss the collection of your order.
Landscapers with a registered ABN can secure screening plants at wholesale rates. Sorry, this is not available to the general public. If you have purchased screening plants as a wholesaler, we offer delivery at a cost dependent on your location and the quantity purchased.
Call us on 03 to receive a delivery quote. Depending on the season and stock availability, the size of screening plant will vary. We encourage our wholesale customers to visit our store in person or call us on 03 to discuss an order. If you are a landscaper please register to join our list for an up to date price list and plant arrivals and availability.
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Woodcroft Landscapes and Nursery was founded by Stephen inWe grow and supply high quality, competitively priced Trees, Hedging and Shrubs to suit all gardens and desires. View our stock online or call into our Belfast Nursery. We specialise in the supply and planting of Mature Trees and Hedging. Our Nursery is stocked with a range of sizes and varieties, to suit all screening and privacy applications. Other Services include: — Supply and planting of trees, shrubs and hedging — Garden Irrigation Systems Supplied and Fitted — Seeding and turfing lawn — Fertilising lawns, trees and shrubs — Weed and Moss Control on lawns and a hard surface. Our Nursery grows and supplies Trees, Shrubs, Hedging, Compost, Bark and much more to both public and trade customers. We are an ALCI award winning landscaping contractor, with a 5 acre Nursery providing a large selection of trees, hedging plants and shrubs at competitive prices all year round sinceThis includes low cost bare root trees, hedging plants, transplants and shrubs available from November — March. We also stock bark, multi-purpose compost, farmyard manure, peat and lawn turf by preorder.
Choosing plants for screening
A fast growing hedge will increase privacy, while also adding texture and interest to your landscaping. Looking to turn your garden into a secluded oasis , or just block out your view of passing traffic? A fence or brick wall might offer an instant solution, but a lush green hedge will act as a natural and attractive screen. One of the most popular choices for privacy hedging, the cherry laurel is extremely fast growing. Also known as common laurel, this evergreen species thrives in shadier conditions as well as in direct sunlight.
Whether you want to create a screen between your property and the neighbors, block out an unsightly area or add a beautiful border around your yard, there are many privacy screening trees and shrubs that will get the job done.
What are the best evergreens for a screen or hedge? Considering the cost of installing a screen - which generally requires the purchase of many plants bought all at once to create a look of uniformity - selection of the right plants from the very beginning can make all the difference in how the screen will look many years from now. One thing for sure: the cost of a screen using plants or trees is usually much less expensive than building a fence or wall - and screens plants can be selected that will quickly grow to their mature height of a few feet to 30 feet or more in height! Too, many people build a pretty fence only to cover it up with screen plants later. A single infected plant may spell demise for an entire row. This is what happened in the case of the now almost extinct 'Red Tip' photinias that became so popular during the 's.
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Use screening plants as living screens to provide privacy from the neighbours, to hide fences or to divide areas into garden rooms. The plants in this.
C ustomer Notice — Due to current courier demand , there may be a delay in delivery , we apologise for any inconvenience. There are several types of bamboo that are ideally suited for hedging purposes. Bamboos evergreen, fast growing and hardy characteristics make it ideal for a solid screen and there are some varieties which are tall growing but not excessively so.
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Shrubs or trees planted at regular intervals to form a continuous screen is called a hedge. A garden hedge can serve the purpose of compound wall, give shelter from strong winds, ensure privacy, and form a background screen for a flower garden, vegetable garden etc. A live impregnable hedge, reinforced with barbed wire, is inexpensive compared to a boundary wall and if appropriately maintained looks better. Monsoon is the best time to start a new hedge by planting seeds or cuttings. This is the most common spiny succulent shrub grown in India along the fenceline of farmlands.
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We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info. An overlooked garden can make sunbathing and enjoying your outdoor space difficult. Even if you have a great relationship with your neighbours, everyone deserves to have their own privacy. Rather than getting tall fences fitted, which can be costly, choosing screening plants is a great way to add privacy while maintaining a natural look in your garden.
Make a donation. Using plants to interrupt views can be a way of drawing the eye towards a specific feature, or a practical solution for blocking an unsightly view. Whatever the reason, time taken in choosing the plants for the purpose will pay dividends by ensuring they establish well and look good. Before planning your screen, look at what soil type you have.