Hello all, A land developer subdivided my neighbor's lot into two (Hooray real estate bubble!), cut down all the trees that seperated our back yards, and placed a 3 story monster house right on our property line. They had to do this to squeeze two houses onto a lot designed for one. We have lost all our privacy. Our only remedy is to plant a row of trees on our side of the line. What we need is something that will grow fast and agressive, filling maximum space and heigh in the shortest possible time. I live at 800 in a mini plateau drainage basin in Coquitlam. The soil is moist with a high water table. Typically, various evergreens and decidouos trees have been succesful in that spot. I don't know the species as I am a gardener, not having a need until now to branch out (is this a pun?) into trees. I don't want this post to smack too much of NIMBYism, but I don't really care if this tree is an annoyance to them or not with leaves, pollen, etc. Candidly, I hope it is somewhat invasive and noxious so that we might keep them towards the other side of the house instead of milling about right on our property line. I am serious, this is an older established neighborhood and this house is now right on the line. Theirr back deck is now being built right up to where our fence and trees once were, and they seem to be constructing bay windows and an upper deck to view...our back yard? Good fences make good neighbors. Please help. What should I plant?