Trees along my long driveway

castleinthedesert(9)October 15, 2005

Hello.....I am new to the Forum..and I have a question regarding the planting of trees along a "dirt" driveway. The driveway is very long.......400x24 ft to be precise. My question is to anyone out there......any suggestions as to what kind of trees I should plant to outline the driveway? I would prefer the "evergreen" type. I am new to the "landscaping" world with no clue whatsoever as to what to plant. I am using the Mediterranean/Xeriscaping styles in my areas surrounding my home, but the driveway has presented a problem due to its long stretch. I appreciate any suggestions you can offer. Thanks a lot!!!

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creatrix(z7 VA)

Maybe you'll have better luck on the Tree forum. This forum is for plants that grow close to the ground.

    Bookmark   October 22, 2005 at 5:30PM
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