What types of ground cover are available?
Formal Hedge Example
First you need to decide whether to create a formal or informal hedge - A formal coverage is that it is perfectly pruned
once a year all gardeners, but many choose not to prune meet twice a year, once in the spring and then again in mid-summer to keep it looking clean and tidy coverage throughout the year. A formal hedge is basically one that can be left to grow wild and can include many varieties of ground cover and usually requires less maintenance, and only needs to be pruned, if you want to control the height.
Example of informal coverage
You also need to decide whether to create an evergreen hedge is that keeps its leaves during the winter or a deciduous hedge which is otherwise the drops its leaves during winter. The advantage of an evergreen hedge is that it is almost impossible for all the ways to see through, regardless of the season, but there is often much choice if you are willing to consider a deciduous hedge.