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Evergreen trees or shrubs for privacy - not too tall

17 years ago

I live in the Pacific Northwest. My house is on top of a slope, the street level is about 30' down. There is a large open usuable area (about 1/4 acre) in between street and slope where I'm creating a play area. I want to create a privacy wall along the street in a 100' x 20' flat area. However, I need to preserve a beautiful mountain view from the patio at the house level at the top of the slope. That means that the trees/shrubs cannot grow much taller than 30' to 40'. I'd like them to be evergreen to maintain the privacy all year long. I can drag a hose down there for the first couple of years until they get established, but after that would like them to be drought tolerant. What are some suggestions???

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