Pool Landscaping Adds Privacy As It Grows
Empire Landscaping recently consulted with a family in Prosper Texas about pool landscaping ideas for their new pool. Patrick Wilson, owner of this Top Plano Landscaping Company met with the family and listened to their needs. The family wanted a balance between beauty, privacy and ease of maintenance. After all, with a new pool, they wanted to spend their free time enjoying family as opposed to just adding more weekly landscaping chores to their agenda.
After careful consideration of their desires and their budget, Patrick presented them this winning plan. Patrick first recommended Tejas Black Stone instead of mulch for the newly created space. This stone adds a much more contemporary look than normal mulch would. This Tejas Black Stone also helped add a more native feel to the hardscaping.
For greenery, the project included Nelly R Stevens Hollies and Italian Cypress. These additions will provide more natural screening and privacy as they grow. To blend in some subtle color, Patrick recommended Kaleidoscope Abelias, Purple Diamond Loropetalums, Gulfstream Nandinas and a little more low-maintenance shrubbery.
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