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Landscape Pool Design Ideas

Landscape Pool Design Ideas

Choose plants that are near a swimming pool or whirlpool carefully. Something that looks attractive at 2 feet tall can grow quickly and drop leaves and debris into your pool in just a few years. Look for the best plants, shrubs, trees, and ornamental plants that will survive and even thrive when planted next to a swimming pool, and blend in well with the rest of your landscape. Succulents are becoming more and more popular and are integrated into other plants in front and outside.

Backyard. This means that they can be found by the pool, where they can be evergreen base plants. Or whatever their color, sculptural, and hardy. Just make sure that succulents planted near pools and spas don’t have any thorns (thorns or needles). Why? Children and swimming pool enthusiasts run in swimsuits with exposed skin. So, Many succulents have no thorns, or if they do, they can be small. Larger succulents with thorns can be planted behind a curb or raised bed.

Landscape Pool Design Ideas

Landscape Pool Design Ideas

Above all, Ornamental grasses may require little maintenance and are visually noticeable near swimming pools. These types of grasses are not the lawn grasses that you may be familiar with. Ornamental grasses include sedge, bulrush, and bamboo. The vines climb on the walls and make their way through the fences and grids. So, Most grow quickly and can quickly help form some sort of privacy screen around swimming pools, or they can be shaped as living roofs on arbors and pergolas.

We recommend vines:
  • Passionflower,
  • Carolina Jessamine,
  • Jasmine.

Carefully select the trees that grow near a pool, taking into account the final growth height and width. When looking at potential trees, pay attention to those that don’t spoil by dropping their leaves, flowers, or fruits. If you live in a dry climate or in an area affected by drought, choose a landscape with irrigation needs of the mind. Many plants are drought-tolerant, especially after the roots have settled in the soil for about a year with regular watering.

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