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Privacy Screen Plants

If your garden is overlooked or you would like to create secretive nooks where you can hide away in the summer, privacy screen plants are the ideal solution. They can also be used to block out an unsightly feature or to define different zones in your outdoor spaces.

If you’re looking for privacy all year round, evergreen screening plants are your best bet as they don’t lose their leaves.

Specimen plants for screening

Suitable specimen plants for screening include hedging shrubs, trees or grasses and bamboos. Our impressive collection includes the Photinia Red Robin, known for its distinctive red-tipped foliage, and the Magnolia Grandiflora, a large, rounded evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves.

  • Photinia Red Robin
  • Magnolia Grandiflora
  • Bamboo
  • Ilex Crenata
  • Euonymus Alatus
  • and more…

When it comes to choosing the right screening plant, there are plenty of considerations. The type of soil you have and the height you want to achieve will all play a part.

Create a sanctuary that you want to spend time in – shop our range of Privacy Screen Plants for your garden today. Or, why not pay our Oundle garden centre a visit.

Our knowledgeable team is on hand to help. Get in touch today.

Specimen Plants

Potted Bambusa Nigra

25% Off

Our Price: £1,350.00
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Our Price: £675.00
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Specimen Plants

Euonymus alatus

Our Price: £1,200.00

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best plant for screening?

The best plant for screening depends on your garden size and requirements. Bamboo is fast-growing and Red Robin Photinia offers an attractive red leaf shade. Whichever plant you choose, make sure it won’t outgrow the available space and is compatible with the type of soil you have.

What is the fastest growing plant for privacy?

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing screening plants.

How do you make a small overlooked garden private?

There are plenty of options to make a small overlooked garden more private. Smaller screening plants are ideal. Get in touch with the Olive Grove team to find out which plants would work best for your garden.