Traditional Trellis - Making Smaller Spaces Work

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HU-972657483 added this to Αναστάσης - Μπαλκόνι24 February 2019

Μου αρέσει το χώρισμα που έχει με τα φυτά που ανεβαίνουν. Κάτι τέτοιο θα μπορούσε να χρησιμοποιηθεί για να κρυφτούν πράγματα που δεν θέλω στο μπαλκόνι. Π.χ. οι ηλιακοί θερμοσίφωνες του απέναντι

wasiuta
wasiuta added this to Landscape28 April 2018

Instead of replacing the fence-maybe a trellis and planter box in front

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tegr added this to tegr's Ideas21 January 2018

2. Grow a green screen. To make your rooftop feel more like a secluded garden retreat and less like a fishbowl, invest in screens, fences and planters, and grow vines and shrubs to block views of adjacent buildings. In this London terrace the designer used a wooden lattice fence to provide support for a leafy screen of confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides; USDA Zone 8; find your zone), screening nearby buildings and perfuming the terrace with a citrusy-sweet fragrance.Go a step further and cover an area of the rooftop with a pergola or shade sail. You’ll benefit from both the shade and the added sense of privacy from neighbors’ windows.Grow a Lush Privacy Screen

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