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Basic landscaping principles
When considering the landscaping around your
swimming pool, it is best to consult with a landscape architect for
recommendations, but make sure to provide your own input. A
homeowner's input combined with the expertise of a landscape
architect oftentimes produce remarkable results making parties are
proud to have contributed.
A large tree or structure on one side of a pool, for example, can be balanced with a grouping of smaller trees on the other side. Variety breaks up what could be monotonous.
Differing but complementary grade levels, textures, colors, and shapes arouse visual interest both horizontally and vertically.
Proportion is something most people do have a hard time with, and yet it is the easiest to achieve. Landscape elements need to be in scale not only with each other, but also with your house, lot, and pool or spa. If your lot is extremely large, try breaking the space upinto several distinct areas.
To maintain proportion in a small lot, keep
things simple and uncluttered.
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