Water gardens transform an outdoor living space into a beautiful paradise where you can relax, unwind, and enjoy quality time with family and friends. Water features become the focal point of any garden with their melodious tunes and natural ability to attract a variety of birds and butterflies. Whether you tuck a decorative fountain near the entrance of your home or create a backyard habitat with an ecosystem pond and waterfall, you’ll find each day enhanced when you waterscape your landscape. Whether you have an expansive lawn or a small balcony, you’ll find a water feature to suit your lifestyle and budget.When choosing and planning your water feature, make sure that it fits in with the composition of your garden, perhaps using materials that feature elsewhere in the design.
There are several types of water features: waterfalls, creeks, bubble rocks, ponds, and formal features. Waterfalls and creeks are fascinating for their movement and continuous relaxing sounds. Bubble rocks are perfect for small spaces and still have trickling water. Ponds can be very large and provide a home for nature. Formal features are formal and often constructed with cement. Choose one or more that fits your space and landscape design best.