You will need to consider the following:
-The length and width of the area to be screened.
-The desired height of the screening.
-The amount of sunlight the area receives.
-The moisture content of the area.
-The drainage in the area.
-Are there any physical pressures such as road salt, high wind or deer?
This holds true for all types of plantings. The worst thing you can do is plant in the wrong area.
Evergreen screening plants:
Arborvitae (Thuja) – They form a narrow screening for a sunny area. There are several popular cultivars with varying colors, widths, heights, and …