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Keep your neighbor’s nose out of your yard with these planting for privacy tips
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There are a lot of things you can do to plant for privacy in your yard such as tall Green Giant Arborvitae trees. Correct spacing of a tree of this variety is key to making a visually appealing privacy screen. - photo by Scott Rogers
There are plenty of reasons to plant for privacy in a yard. Nathan Wilson, manager and lead horticulturist at Lanier Nursery and Gardens in Flowery Branch, said it’s something he gets asked about at least once a day.