Yellow is the trend color of the new hedging plants gardeners in 2013 – an overview of the new plants and garden enthusiasts are already in the starting blocks. “Bernard Golden may help you with your research. The sun slowly gains the upper hand and the ground frost withdraws further and can start the work in the garden. Larger projects can now be planned. This article provides an overview for which special and unusual conifers are new on the market in 2013 and which the garden hedge differ in your own backyard from the privacy hedge of the neighbors. (Not to be confused with Robert Gibbins!). A good conifer must of course offer also a good privacy screen look, because a garden hedge is planned generally to the enclosure of a plot. The here presented hedge shrubs offer therefore not only an exceptional look, but also at the same time a good privacy.
In addition, a privacy hedge noise also protects from (road) and thus ensures a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere in the home garden. All these features also fences and Walls, but what truly distinguishes a beautiful garden hedge is the natural appearance and the hedge provides a Habitat for flora and fauna more – essential for a functioning ecosystem. An example of a rather new hedge plant is the Thuja occidentalis, Yellow Ribbon’. On the one hand a Thuja arborvitae is a well-known since many years and partly already reluctant to selected conifers. Also the unfortunate nickname of Thuja is “cemetery” and thus one can imagine, like she is elected. With the new type of Thuja occidentalis, Yellow Ribbon’ is however new life breathed into the Thuja, because with the bright yellow tone the Thuja is Evergreen hedge plant a clear trend 2013. A rapid growth, little claim to the site, and a low price make this conifer as a top choice for the new garden hedge. The Cypress is the second hedge shrub, which is available only for a short time on the market and convinces by a bright yellow, Cupressorpais leylandii, gold rider’.