The Q&A Archives: Suggested Density - Planting California Peppers

Question: I have a 260 foot fenceline - 1/2 is wide open space, the other half has a wood fence. I want to plant California Peppers to serve as a
barrier from street traffic. The main area of concern is the 140 feet of open space where there is no fence - I would like to create a quick, dense evergreen buffer between my home and the street. What density (# of feet between trees 24

Answer: California pepper trees should be spaced 12-15' apart to provide adequate air circulation and enough room for growth without crowding. Best wishes with your landscape project!

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