A green hedge. Makes a great background or wallpaper with plenty of copy space.

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A green hedge. Makes a great background or wallpaper with plenty of copy space.

By Teo Spengler Hedges serve many useful purposes in a garden and backyard. Border hedges mark your property lines, while privacy hedges protect your yard from prying eyes. Hedges can also serve as wind blocks or hide unsightly areas. If you live in zone 8, you may be looking for zone 8 shrubs for hedges. You’ll have quite a few choices. Read on for tips on growing hedges in zone 8, as well as ideas for zone 8 hedge plants that are suitable for whatever purpose you’re hoping to achieve. Choosing Hedge Plants for Zone 8 In U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zone 8, winter temperatures dip to 10 to 20 F. (-12 to -7 C.). You’ll want to pick zone 8 hedge plants that thrive in that temperature range. You’ll have so many hedge plants for zone 8 to choose among that you’ll have to narrow it down

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