Swimming Pool Landscape
Just because you have a swimming pool in Southern California doesn’t mean that you can’t be water conscious while at the same time complimenting the climate with a tropical feel. As a general rule, you’ll want to surround your pool with concrete because of its slip resistance and durability. Planting shrubs, colorful plants and flowers throughout the landscape will help to soften out the stark white of concrete. Slip-proof brick and pavers, which come in a variety of colors, can also be used to create a different look. Plants and trees that tend to drop leaves, nuts, fruit and berries should be planted far from the water, to reduce pool maintenance. Trees and shrubs can be placed strategically around the yard’s perimeter to create a natural privacy barrier and to help control the climate. For any questions you may have on how we can help you with your landscaping needs, please contact SprinklerScape today!
If you are considering repairing or replacing your pool, Yorba Ridge Pools will be happy to assist you with whatever you need!