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Modern Pool Modern Pool, Melbourne

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Photo of a large modern backyard rectangular pool in Melbourne with stamped concrete. — Houzz

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friendlykim wrote:
what type of hedge is this PLEASE??
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jacqs66
Looks like a Ficus to me.
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selscarhar wrote:
What type of hedge is this? - Hedge
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Shane Edwards
it could be a lily pily
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mrmacks wrote:
What type of hedge is this
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What type of hedge is this?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Youthful Habits added this to 20 Ways to Make Your Home a Happier Place to Be
19. Try to create a resort feel Plan outdoor areas and swimming pools to fit in with your lifestyle. Transform your backyard into a sanctuary where your family can go to escape, relax, unwind and entertain all year round.
Francesca Newby added this to 10 Outdoor Lighting Options and How to Make Them Work for You
5. SpotlightsEverything positively gleams in the well-placed lighting of this sleek, modern garden. WHEN TO USE: Spotlights are a great way to highlight architectural features and landscaping, as well as garden planting. But spotlights really come into their own in possible danger areas, such as poolside or around a split-level patio or deck. Beyond their visual impact, a couple of well-placed spotlights can be a good security measure.WHAT TO CONSIDER: Once you’ve decided what you want to spotlight, and have taken the usual safety questions into account, it’s worth considering whether the situation calls for complementary lighting. When you’re throwing a lot of light in one spot, the areas around it can seem darker. One way to combat the effect is to install little downlights in the corners of the space.GET THE LOOK: Long rectangular gardens can be livened up with the clever use of planting and lighting. Break up a long stretch by spotlighting trees, or architectural features at regular intervals. Turn the spot on mature trees at the end of the garden to add a sense of perspective to the scene.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

andresanaya added this to andresanaya's ideas
Love the trees lining the fence with lights broken up by cement columns
Heng Sok added this to Tree/Shading
Beautiful trees coving the wall gives out a perspective of nature indoor.
Mathew added this to 2019 Pool
Like the edging/form of this pool
rabbitsrum added this to Pool
Tree species for privacy walls down two sides of fences. Fius Hilli Ficus microcarpa hillii 'Flash'
maggiegates added this to Gates - Exterior Ideas
GREEN PRIVACY WALL- like the look that the addition of the two trees bring to the space