If you don’t really like to do fencing but need to keep your yard save, you can try fence bushes. Fence bushes also can keep a natural feel to the yard. Fence bushes can be used to create natural boundaries and borders, serving a practical purpose while keeping the natural feel to the yard. Whether it’s an elegant or wild design, there are options for every garden. For instance, in some areas, showy flowering bushes can put the finishing touches on the landscape design with a breathtaking backdrop. Most flowering bushes are also deciduous, such as the hydrangea with its large and brightly colored flowers and the golden currant with its sweet-smelling blossoms. Evergreens should not be overlooked, though, as the berries that can be found on varieties like holly and Japanese yew can be as attractive as flowering bushes in a more subtle way. These berries often last through the winter months, and can attract birds to the garden all winter long. When using these types of bushes as natural property boundaries, be sure that neighbors are not going to complain about dropping flower petals.