When most people think of a tropical destination, it’s unlikely that they will think of Texas. But to go tropical is a state of mind rather than just a geographical location. It has much to do with the landscaping and plants, providing a Zen feeling and a sense of contentment after a hard day’s work. These designs are in high demand – Here is how to make a tropical oasis in Texas.
How to Create a Tropical Oasis in Texas
Tropical pool designs call for a freeform shape, meaning that a pool can work with whatever size and shape backyard you have. Usually in tropical pool designs, the pool interior surface is a light color to help stimulate the crystalline waters of an island. A beach entry is a sure way to give your pool a more of a natural, beach look. These entries have a gentle slope that allows for sitting and relaxing. To ramp up the design, add raised walls that accommodate a tropical planter or a grotto that adds beauty and privacy.
There are many plants that can make a backyard instantly transform into a tropical oasis. To make it more tropical, we suggest using plants that are weather-resistant and require low to once a week maintenance. Agave is a long-leaved succulent plant that is drought-tolerant and looks incredibly tropical. Aloe is another plant that works well in warm areas. Small palm trees are idyllic for your backyard, turning it into a tropical paradise.
Whether you’re looking to revamp your pool or get a new one, allow the professionals to help. At Sparkling Clear Pool Service, we understand what it takes to keep a pool clean, sanitary, and well-maintained. Be sure to contact us on 214-361-0255 for all of your pool maintenance needs in McKinney, Allen, Frisco, and beyond!