The Q&A Archives: Well head camaflauge

Question: We have a well head in our new home's front yard. How can we disguise it and yet have access to it if it ever needs servicing?

Answer: You can plant small shrubs within 3' of the well head and still have room to access it if necessary, or you can construct a trellis and grow annual or perennial vines to help disguise it. Some smaller shrubs to consider include Daphne odora, dwarf viburnum or Osmanthus. All will remain under 4' in height and width and can help hide the well head. Good luck with your landscape!

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