Privacy Trees of the Most Famous Horse Farms of Lexington Kentucky
Famous owners of famous properties are good at creating privacy. This is especially true for horse farms around Lexington, Kentucky.
The properties are often surrounded by a short stone wall or fence, a treeline followed by a clearing and another tree line. Often small but high networth operations with a lot of proprietary knowledge in a friendly but spirited competition with the neighbors. The horse farms here are not just for hobby or business, they are more than that: they are legacy projects.
The most popular choice for privacy are Eastern White Pines and Green Giant Thuja Arborvitae. Both of them are found fairly uniformly around the entrances and road frontage side of the horse farms.
The White Pines are also common on the farms as well, along with a surprising number of Black Walnuts, Oaks, Maples, Bald Cypress and occasional Sycamore and Weeping Willow.
Road frontage of a horse farm with Eastern White Pines in the background, Lexington Kentucky
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