Are you looking for or needing some fast-growing plants at your property to provide natural screening and privacy?
Take a look at our favourites below.
Callistemon (Bottle Brush)
Bottlebrushes are popular in Australia as they are a native species and work very well as a screening privacy plant.They are available in many different varieties and can grow up to 10 metres high.
There are many native Bottlebrush trees located in Ruddock Park at Westleigh 2120 and many are also planted on the nature strips of many properties in the suburb of Westleigh 2120 located in the Hornsby Local Government Area by the council for street planting.
Viburnums usually reach a height of 4 metres and depending on the variety can produce beautiful white fragrant flowers and small red berries. They have been a popular screening plant for many years.
This particular Viburmum hedge is beautiful located at Anulla Reserve Playground in Wahroonga 2076 located in the Ku-ring Gai Local Government Area.
Lilly Pilly’s grow relatively quickly which makes it a popular choice for Australian gardens. They thrive in cooler climates. They produce stunning pink berries that can be used in jams and spreads.
There is even a street located in Epping 2121 located in the City of Parramatta Local Government Area named after the Lilly Pilly species.
Leighton Greens are dense and perfect for screening or as a hedge. They are very easy to shape and hedge into any design required. They grow quickly and can reach a height of 15 metres.
There are many Leighton Greens located around Dural 2158 and Kenthurst 2156. They provide lush greenery privacy fences instead of your typical timber fence.
Cypress Pine’s thrive in hot and humid locations. They have distinctive needle like leaves, vibrant green in colour.
They grow rapidly and will need to be maintained pruned regularly.
They are beautifully located in estates around West Pennant Hills 2125 and Cherrybrook 2126 in the Hills Shire Local Government Area and the Hornsby Local Government Area.