Screen views and hold in­ter­est

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This new subur­ban gar­den is over­looked on all sides by neigh­bour­ing prop­er­ties. Adding a small birch copse and Prunus ser­rula helps to screen views with­out cast­ing too much shade, and be­cause these trees are rel­a­tively small and de­cid­u­ous with only a light sum­mer canopy, they won’t dom­i­nate the space. As a de­sign mo­tif, in­ter­lock­ing cir­cles help hold in­ter­est within the gar­den – a use­ful ploy when there are no bor­rowed views be­yond the gar­den bound­aries.

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