New reply from locatemob

<p>Hello. You can refer to these tips:</p>
<p>1. Maximise your fence height<br />2. Consider other garden screening options<br />3. Shield your garden from above with a pergola<br />4. Add an awning or parasol <br />5. Construct a summer house <a href="">coreball</a></p>

Original Post by Jackie

Provide privacy from house overlooking our garden.

<p>A recent conversion to a neighbouring cottage means all of our garden will be overlooked by their upstairs windows. </p>
<p>Does anyone have any suggestions for attractive, trees/ shrubs/ structures to give us some privacy . The building's only about 1.5 metres from the fence which runs the length of our garden. I don't want to fall out with the neighbours by growing 20 foot high Leyllandii along it but that's what I feel like doing.</p>
<p>The area that needs screening is about 14 metres long, at the moment which ever part of the garden we're in is visible to them. thank you , Jackie</p>
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