Hi, I would like to hide 250 feet of 6' tall chain link fence on a western facing, sloped, very rocky soiled back yard I had to use a jack hammer to dig the holes. Esthetically I would like to be able to trim the hedge very straight to match my very contemporary style home. Irrigation is not a problem. Thank you.
Well, I hope you have a least a little bit of soil on top of the rock or you are going to have a bit of a problem getting anything to grow there. Here are some possibilities—all are evergreen and all native to Orange County:
Disappointing Fall color from sumac in Dodge City, KS May 07, 2013 - We have had a fragrant sumac bush growing in our front yard (faces south) for several years. While it is healthy and growing well, we are always disappointed in its lack of bright fall foliage. It d... view the full question and answer
Hiding a chicken house from Glen Rose TX February 06, 2013 - To hide a chicken house, which do you recommend, crape myrtles or chinese photinias? view the full question and answer
Aromatic sumac in Travis County August 14, 2010 -
This is an answer to article in today's, August 14, newspaper. I assume that aromatic sumac is native to Travis county because I have it all over my property. It turns bright red in the fall adding... view the full question and answer
Native small tree or shrub for container in San Angelo, Texas July 01, 2010 - We live in San Angelo TX and are looking for some type of a bush/tree that will grow in a pot in a shaded area..we would like something that would grow to be about 5-6 feel tall and be rather narrow..... view the full question and answer