You might want to consider a palm tree. Depending on the area surrounding the pool. They have a small root ball so you won't have to worry about the roots invading your pool "wall". There are many varieties which have little or no debris. And they are great specimens remember that a lot of them are SLOW growers, but do indeed get VERY tall, but take years to get there!
Palm trees (buy advanced ones if you can't wait for them to grow), banana trees, umbrella trees, NOT hibiscus (flowers drop and turn mushy really fast), NOT pine (one night I might have to go next door and cut down the neighbours one- cursed pine needles), NOT eucalyptus (leaves fall all year round, so do branches, flowers, gumnuts and almost every other part of the tree), NOT box trees (same as eucalyptus but add the bark as well). NOT deciduous trees at all (everything falls off them). Look for large leafed, tropical, non-fruiting (NOT citrus, although the fruit floating around the pool looks interesting for a short while), evergreen, non-flowering or at least very short flowering. Succulents can look attractive around the pool, do not require much attention and are different to the tropical look.
I can tell you from experience a tree not to plant around a pool. That would be a pine tree. I have spent a numerous amount of time vacuuming pine needles out of the pool.
Silk Oaks are also not the tree to plant around a pool. Palms are the best and create a wonderful tropical retreat!
All deciduous or leaf bearing trees will lose their foliage in winter to some extent depending greatly on your geographical area, the colder it gets the more they lose. And for some deciduous and all coniferous or pine trees there is a constant loss and regrowth process, It depends on what you are willing to put up with. There are many colorful ornamental trees that in a temperate climate will not lose all their leaves such as the ornamental plum, and citrus trees, or maybe the magnolia which can add color and shade while not being all that dirty. But for ease of maintenance but not so much for shade the palm is the favorite.
Depending on where you live is what type of tree you should get period. Sometimes some trees do not do well in certain climates but if you do have a pool, I could assume that you live some where tropical. I would definitely recommend different types of palm trees, such as, Sago palm, a Travelers palm, some three headed Christmas palms are a great addition to any pool area. I have a few King Palms and couple coconut palms and they make a statement.
Sycamores are not a good choice. The leaves are so large that even commercial vacuums have a hard time getting the leaves out. You're looking at months of unswimable pool if the leaves get in. Trust me, I know.
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Planting treas help reduce the green house effect because trees take in the carbon dioxide we put out, thus reducing the green house effect! That was a very good question and i am glad i could help! :-)
It is released to the environment; that's why people are always saying that planting trees is good for the environment.
People and countries planting trees cause afforestation. This is a good thing. India has a special week each year, Van Mahotsav, when they plant millions of trees all over the country.
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She stays positive, helps the world by getting active and planting trees and she is just such a talented girl. HOpe this helped :D
The Times vary, it depends on the level of the fruit tree you plan on planting. but they usually take a good while.
Because through photosynthesis trees turn carbon dioxide into oxygen, which is good because to much carbon dioxide is bad.
tree plantation is a big area that focuses on planting trees. IT is a good place for the environment and for us because they give out oxygen and we need oxygen to survive.
it is good for planting the seeds in the ground
It saves trees, water, and other stuff around you.
Yes, cedar trees are safe for cows to be around.
Sloths have long claws which are good to help grip around trees. They move very slow and live in trees.
It is important to know when planting cherry trees, keep the soil well drained and moderately acidic and the fertilizer can help in doing this as it helps in giving the soil natural acidity. Also, when planting it iss very important to know where to plant the tree. One important point to remember is these types of trees best grow where there is exposure to sunlight and warmer locations. So it is important you plant them in a place where it recieves good amount of sunlight. Don't make the mistake of planting in sunken spots especially if the rays of the sun and the wind cannot reach them.
i think that the weather back then was really cold so probably not good for planting
It's called the Fertile Crescent, because of extremely good soil and planting value.
Afforestation refers to planting of trees in order to replenish forest cover. It is a good way to ensure the land gets enough rainfall to support plant life. Afforestation also ensures that wildlife can get a good habitat to thrive.
Tall Fescue, Red Fescue, Ryegrass/Annual/Perennial, KY Bluegrass, KY-31, and Bentgrass are a few good choices. Late summer/early fall planting of grass is considered better than spring planting. Fall planting gives new grass two complete growing seasons before it goes through the hot, dry summer of the following year.
it effect planting in maori terms by when it is full it is a good time for pant ing and so on