The Plant Ideas around Pool

Making the pool a nice place and a beautiful landscape, it is the desire of many who decide to bet on a place to cool off in the summer heat. But great care is that the environment does not become a forest. To do this, keep in mind that knowing the species that best match this intervention can prevent problems such as excessive dirt, as the leaves will fall into the water. A very common mistake is to plant fruit trees near the edge. At the time of the fruit, the birds feed and what is left falls into the water.  Realize that your pool has turned into a large fruit juice. You should always keep it clear. In this case, it happens to be an almost impossible task, since the exchange of water will be needed. Then you know some species that best match this part of the house. For convenience, separate types according to the weather, so you know exactly in which to invest. If you live in a place with milder temperatures, leave for those with ornamental effect, besides causing a visual feast your eyes, they can also be used in the rest of the land. Among these are those that are high and that promote a visual barrier to Kaizuka (chinensis juniperus). With leaves that grow upwards and for constant pruning, it is planted usually at a distance of 60 cm according to the size of the land. The shadow becomes a wall in the late afternoon (depending on the position of the house with respect to the sun) and its height promotes privacy. Other species that love this weather are Abélias (Abelia grandiflora) and Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa sinensis), which bloom all year, and the gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides), whose appearance takes place in the spring. If your home is in a warm place most of the year, the Syrian hibiscus (Hibiscus syriacus), the Bamboos (gracilis Bamboo) and Palmeiras add topicality around the clean pool. Cycads (revoluta Cycca), tall and beautiful, which may be distant, but with an elegant shade for part of the day. The lower bushes do well in hot climates. With beautiful flowers, you can bet on heliconias, such as the Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia) or orchid-bamboo (Arundina) that do not release the foliage.