Can I grow a vine on my pool fence?
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Correspondingly, how close to the fence can you build a pool?
Swimming pools generally need to be at least 1000mm from the boundary. The boundary can be your backyard fence or a barrier that is suitable to be classified as a boundary fence. You should contact your local council to find out your location's specific requirements.
Furthermore, what can I plant around my pool fence? Plants like bamboo, palm trees and hedges can create a natural fence to enclose the space and even create some shade. You also want to use a mix of plants to add texture to the landscape around the pool. Combining ornamental grasses, cactuses, flowering plants and other foliage will really help the design pop.
Besides, what are the best plants to put around a pool?
Good Plants for Poolside Gardens
- Agave, aloe, and yucca need little maintenance and are heat lovers that are easy to grow in full sun.
- Small palms and cycads, like sago palm, bring a tropical look to poolside gardens.
How fast does ivy grow on a fence?
The ivy will begin to grow quickly, but it will take about three months for the plant to become fully established. Remove the growth outward to stimulate upward growth toward the fence. After three months, fertilize the ivy every two months.