When the pool is complete and it’s time to decorate, it is tempting to visit the garden center and purchase pool landscaping plants based solely on looks. There are several different choices when it comes to pool landscaping plants. And some of them are mentioned in this page. First choice is the hibiscus. The hibiscus is a tropical plant that requires full sunlight. Hibiscuses are highly adaptable, but choose a very rich soil for the best blooms. They require a high amount of moisture, making them ideal for the pool side area and they do well in large planters filled with a rich, organic potting soil. When the plants are young, keep them moist. After they mature, they tolerate both wet and dry conditions very well. Another pool landscaping plants is impatient. There may be areas around your pool landscape that are adequately shaded due to nearby trees or housing structures. Impatiens is just the right plant for these areas. These hardy annuals are heat-tolerant and thrive best in shaded areas; however, they can tolerate moderate sunlight as long as they receive sufficient water
Or you can choose the fire cracker fern pool landscaping plants. The fire cracker fern is also known as the coral plant and it produces long, arching stems in an attractive medium green. It produces loose clusters of tubular red blossoms that are about 1 inch long. They come back every year and they are hardy enough to survive the high humidity that surrounds a pool. Their waving fronds soften the look of the pool while the red flowers add a splash of color.