Above ground pool landscaping – The type of landscaping you lay around the pool largely depends on whether the pool is stationary or if you take the pool in the fall and set it back in early summer. A temporary pool has different plants around it than a permanent pool. Use annual plants for a temporary pool and perennial plants for a stationary pool. Blend of types and sizes of plants will also help produce a natural looking landscape that surrounds an over ground pool.
The brick is essential for any above ground pool landscaping. Use the cobblestone to a walkway leading up to the pool and to pave the area around pool equipment, such as pump and filter, so the cleaning pool is not a muddy chord. The brick or brick also works well as a landscaping sketch for a garden bed around the pool. Bury the cuttings and bricks of at least 1 to 2 inches in the ground for a more natural look.
The stone can work well with a natural above ground pool landscaping. Clippers make excellent garden limits, or they can stand along as their own landscaping. Larger stones work better in a cliff grouping, but smaller cliffs also provide a natural look. As with the cobblestone, bury cutting 1 or 2 inches deep into the ground. This helps them stay in place and make it look more natural. A rock grouping near pool equipment helps hide the ugly by the pool.