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Plants to Hide Your Pool Aluminium Fencing


If you have a swimming pool in your back garden, then you are likely to have some kind of fencing.

If it is something visible like aluminium fencing, then it is also likely that you are going to want to come up with something to hide it and help it blend in with your natural surroundings!

Here at Darwin Pools, we aren’t only concerned with safe and professional construction of your swimming pool and fencing, we also like to share wisdom and tips for how to best decorate and personalise your pool area as well.

Of course, when it comes to the job of hiding fencing, something that springs immediately to mind is plants of various kinds.

Here are some of the best ideas for plants to hide your aluminium pool fencing.

Agave

Anything within the agave, aloe, or yucca family is perfect for planting outside around your pool area, because they need very little maintenance in order to flourish, and they absolutely love the heat.

Obviously, your swimming pool is going to be built in a location of great sun exposure, so putting plants like that around your fencing gives the best opportunity to soak up those rays and grow beautifully.

Small Palms

Smaller version of palm trees like cycads and sago palms are great for a garden swimming pool area because they bring a hint of the beach to your home without being over large.

They are big enough to disguise some of your fencing, and they possess an aesthetic that brings some pleasing tropical flare to your environment.

Fruitless Olive Tree

A fruitless olive tree might seem like a weird choice, but there is good reason to include in your pool landscape.

This kind of tree will take up some good room to hide your pool fencing, and it also has the double benefit of being a plant that has very low leaf litter.

You don’t want a plant that is going to keep dropping debris in and around the water, so it’s good to bear that in mind.

We hope that you have gained some inspiration from our suggestions, we know they have been helpful in previous client’s homes before.

If you have any more home swimming pool related queries then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, one of our expert team members will be more than happy to lend their advice and expertise.

To learn more about pool designs, read our previous posts here

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