New reply from kiaradawani

<p>I'm sorry to hear about the troubles you're facing with the path behind your property. Here are some suggestions for plants that may help address your concerns:</p>
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<p>Evergreen shrubs: These can provide year-round privacy and can act as a barrier against noise, wind, and dust. Examples of fast-growing evergreen shrubs include Photinia, Leylandii, and Laurel.</p>
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<p>Bamboo: If you're looking for a fast-growing plant that can provide privacy, bamboo could be a good option. However, it's important to choose a clumping variety rather than a running variety, as the latter can quickly become invasive.</p>
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<p>Fire-resistant plants: If you're concerned about fires starting in the area behind your property, consider planting fire-resistant species. Examples include rockrose, sage, lavender, and rosemary.</p>
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<p>Fencing: While plants can provide an attractive and natural-looking barrier, fencing may be a more effective solution for privacy and security concerns.</p>
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<p>It's also worth reaching out to local authorities to report the ongoing problems with the path behind your property. They may be able to take further action to prevent the fly tipping and illegal activities, and to ensure the safety of your home and community. <a href="https://www.dqfansurvey.one/">DQFanSurvey</a></p>

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Original Post by FellStreet

Query

<p>In common with most people, my family, home and garden are of the utmost importance. I live on an estate where we unfortunately have a path to the rear of our property used for the most part it seems for fly tipping, as a rat run for young people on unlawfully ridden motorcycles, and, directly behind our property, congregating and starting fires!</p>
<p>As I value our property, and privacy, is there anyone who has suffered a similar problem, and can offer advice about what to plant that would be reasonably quick growing, fire resistant and offer privacy to our garden. I must add that the path to the rear as far as I'm aware, is not council property, although they do seem to remove the rubbish left by fly tipping, but seem unwilling to take further action regarding the fires.</p>
<p>Many thanks</p>

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