Responsibility of HOA for Creating Privacy with Trees
Many differing opinions exist on the need and benefit of the Homeowners Association. Regardless of where one opinion stands, they can be a source of good. Mature trees and privacy will contribute to the desirability of neighborhoods.
Promoting privacy with trees is a cost economical way of reducing public access to the grounds. Less public access increases the exclusivity of the neighborhood. It is also a sure way to reduce conflict which will show up in lower crime statistics.
With the highly ornamental Green Giant Thuja or American Pillar, the property does not just accomplish privacy, but will also accomplish a cared for look which will elevate the prestige of the grounds in just a few years. Of course, so do 100 year old Oak trees, but they take 100 years to grow.
36 month old 8’ Murray Cypress, a good plant to create privacy in zone 6
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