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Development of Certain Garden Features

Development of Certain Garden Features

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DEVELOPMENT OF CERTAIN GARDEN FEATURES
DEVELOPMENT OF CERTAIN GARDEN FEATURES

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Published by: Dr.Eswara Reddy Siddareddy on Jul 18, 2013
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DEVELOPMENT OF CERTAIN GARDEN FEATURES
S.ESWARA REDDY 
FENCE :
It is the outer most boundary of the garden to prevent trespassand the ensure privacy in home gardens. This may be masonry, barbedwire or other non-living material or it may be a live fence. A live fenceis usually reinforced by a wire fence especially in the early stages.Plants selected for a fence should be quick growing, droughtresistant, should stand pruning and easy to propagate. Fence should be broader at the base and narrower at the top. Plants are pruned from thetime they attained one foot height and gradually brought to a desiredheight (4-5ft).Eg. Casuarinas equaliteliaProsophis juliera - FoliageCaesalpiniapuleherima,Tecoma stansThevetia nerifolia – Flowering
HEDGE :
These are useful to divide the garden into sections to live the drivesso as to direct the visitor to a central object. They are shown and grownin the same manner as the fence. The plants are pruned to a height of 3-4feet.Eg. Clerodendron,Duranta repens,Lantana spp.lawsonia albaInterme Jacobinie

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