Archive for December 18th, 2009

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Dec
09

Enjoy Your New Hot Tub with Simple Landscaping

if you are a spa owner, then you could be interested in landscaping designs to augment the area of where your jacuzzi is found or going to be located. These particular designs don’t have to be really complicated ; in fact they can be quite straightforward and basic while still looking extremely nice and really adding to your area.

A great example is to add planters and pots filled with flowers and greenery to add a pop of color to the environment. In order to give your jacuzzi a welcoming look, you can place a massive pot that contains a small tree on all sides of the spa.

you could also consider purchasing a screened-in gazebo to spotlight your hot tub while making it serviceable when it is snowing or raining outside. You can attach the planters to the gazebo at a level that’s pleasant to the eye.

I’m going to describe an Asian themed spa for you so that you can get a better understanding of what you can do with your own jacuzzi. A walkway with plants draped OTT of it offers a combination of shade and sun and provides and Asian atmosphere as well. You can even edge the spa with cedar planters that are crammed with smaller-sized bonsai trees, just be sure to choose plantings that are applicable for the weather in your area.

consider your own individual and creative concepts to help make your jacuzzi into the ideal backyard vacation and relaxation spot. Keep in mind, regardless of what you decide to do, you must allow a trail for drainage of your hot tub when required. This may hinder you from spoiling all your landscaping work the 1st time you have to drain the jacuzzi and refill it.

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