Hi, I would like to hide 250 feet of 6' tall chain link fence on a western facing, sloped, very rocky soiled back yard I had to use a jack hammer to dig the holes. Esthetically I would like to be able to trim the hedge very straight to match my very contemporary style home. Irrigation is not a problem. Thank you.
Well, I hope you have a least a little bit of soil on top of the rock or you are going to have a bit of a problem getting anything to grow there. Here are some possibilities—all are evergreen and all native to Orange County:
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