If this is the year you give in and get the above ground trampoline your children have been asking for you can landscape to enhance its placement in your yard. We have tips for how to landscape for the above ground trampoline.
Many trampoline owners prize the inground trampoline style because it blends into the landscape with no issues. Above ground trampolines though are still very popular and you can plant and landscape in a way that enhances, not detracts from the fact that you have a trampoline in your yard.
The main thing to consider with your above ground trampoline is its placement:
- Don’t place hear any roof overhangs or tree branches
- Make sure the ground is level
- Keep the trampoline in a space you can see what the children are doing when they are enjoying themselves.
How to landscape for the above ground trampoline
- Moveable plants and trees allow you to change the look of the trampoline area
- Plant low growing, ground cover plants. This greenery can be placed under the jump mat and offer visual appeal when you’re sitting in the backyard and watching the children on the trampoline
- Consider the placement of furniture and even a gazebo or canopy that allows you to relax outdoors and enjoy the greenery
- Look for plants and trees and shrubbery of varying heights to add visual appeal
- Bird feeders, bird houses, humming bird feeders and plants that attract butterflies help the back to nature feel of the trampoline space
Take some time to determine the best placement of the above ground trampoline — even though they are easy to move. Consider your favorite type of flowers and colors and kick off your summer landscaping project!
Call us if you have any questions about trampolines — inground or above ground — give us a call! We can answer any other questions you have about a trampoline purchase — inground or above ground.