Planting for Privacy Checklist


Creating a private outdoor space can be a great way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. To ensure your plants thrive and provide the best privacy, it’s important to follow a planting for privacy checklist. This includes checking soil moisture levels, watering plants as needed, pruning dead or overgrown branches, removing weeds, and fertilizing plants. Additionally, it’s important to check for pests, disease, signs of stress, nutrient deficiency, overwatering, underwatering, sunburn, windburn, root rot, root damage, root competition, root suffocation, root invasion, root disease, and root decay. Following this checklist will help ensure your plants are healthy and provide the best privacy.