Rows of trees along a path serves as a grand entrance.
Photo: Ken Druse
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A driveway flanked by two elegant rows of trees is a tradition that dates back to Roman times. Although designed to protect a road from the wind and weather, it also creates an impressive entrance. These lemon-scented gum trees thrive in southern locations, but many column-shaped-types, such as the pin oak or linden, can have a similarly ­dramatic ­effect when used in abundance and spaced no more than 20 feet apart.
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