A Canadian hemlock hedge is also known as Tsuga canadensis and is an evergreen hedge good for borders and screenings, according to the Arbor Day Foundation. Canadian hemlock plants grow 40 to 70 feet high and 25 to 35 feet wide.
The Canadian hemlock prefers full sun or lightly shaded environments and should not be grown in heavy soils. It grows well in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 8. In 1736, this plant became popularized in landscapes and is from the pine family of trees. While it has a hemlock name, this tree is not to be confused with the poison that Socrates drank.Learn More
The scientific name for a red maple is Acer rubrum, according to the Arbor Day Foundation. A red maple grows 40 to 60 feet high and has a spread of 40 feet.Full Answer >
According to Find Law Real Estate, it is illegal to cut a neighbor's landscaping without permission. If the property owner gives consent, it is permissible to trim the hedge.Full Answer >
The podocarpus hedge is an evergreen with needle-like foliage, red or purple berries and a high salt tolerance, according to SFGate. It is hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 8b to 11, and it does well around the coastal areas in those zones.Full Answer >
A hedge apple is the fruit of the Osage-orange (Maclura pomifera) tree, a plant native to parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas that is grown as a hedge in the United States and southeastern Canada.Full Answer >