Block Plywood Wall Paneling
Plywood wall paneling are often used in landscapes either to define a set of space or to serve as a support wall to stop erosion. Although these walls definitely serve a purpose, they are not always made of material that is appealing to the eye. There are several techniques that can be used to conceal an outer block wall. These techniques vary in price and severity.
Use color to melt the outer plywood wall paneling into your yard. Often blocking walls are block blocks that are light gray. This gray stands out, especially in darker colors. Paint this block of wall to match either the color scheme of your house or to melt into the background is the cheapest and easiest way to hide it. Plant a fast growing vine on the block wall. Climbing plants offer homeowners an easy fix for unattractive outdoor features. Some vines, like frost, have colorful flowers that add beauty to a farm, while others, like ivy, simply offer caps. Choose vines that are best suited to your climate and the area and provide the most coverage.
Add a flowering shrub line. Measure the length of your outer plywood wall paneling and pick a flowering bush that will spread out appropriately. Popular choices for flowering shrubs include shrubs that return every year and grow to about three to five feet long. Most flowering shrubs will need to be planted approximately 3 to 5 feet apart to provide good coverage. Plant a fast-growing evergreen bush. For a year-round way to conceal an outer block of wall, plant an evergreen bush that will offer fast coverage. Dwarf conifers are an excellent choice and will offer thick cover for your wall.