716 fish creek wi Home Design Photos

Van Zelst Inc
3 Reviews
Lake Geneva, WI Residence (A)
Ideabooks9,745
Questions2
naturalized drainage swale spanning over 300'. In the spring and after summer rains the creek bed comes to life.
It is a naturalized drainage swale spanning over 300'. In the spring and after summer rains the creek bed comes to life.
Like the depth of the dry creek bed and plantings
reroute creek to backyard and drain into pond.
“Stream” — cogan715
Pacifica Landscape Works Inc.
3 Reviews
West Coast Resort
Ideabooks3,153
Questions0
would position a small bridge or deck to visit and feed the fish from, beyond that it will remain dry until excess water in the pond causes it to spill over.
I want a dry creek bed really
Dry creek for rainwater management. Off our roof
Become acquainted with how water moves. The first step in designing a functional and aesthetically pleasing dry creek bed is to study natural water features in addition to well-designed water gardens. Perhaps you are fortunate enough to live near mountains or a river. Arrange a day trip, equipped with
“Whiskey Falls” — spirit267
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Wang Residence
Ideabooks50,473
Questions7
pond supply shops in your area for natural solutions such as barley mats, fish, and other solutions. If the fish are not overfed, they will eat the moss in the pond if they can reach it. Also stock pond snails and bottom feeder fish to help. The fact that your pond is not completely in the sun should
Yes, it is extremely possible to create a pond and have it fed by your creek. In fact, few have that luxury! I would heartily encourage it. Try looking into Aquascape ponds, the pond equipment manufacturer, and find out how
cleaner water. The fish are healthier, making it easier to maintain the right chemical balance.Deeper ponds make fish harder targets for predators like birds, raccoons and cats, which can easily swipe, swoop and make dinner of fish in shallower ponds. Letting predators make dinner of your fish obviously wouldn’t
“The pond!!!” — claudialperez
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks10,155
Questions3
small rock for dry creek bed
Awesome fish pond/waterfall... i can dream...
homeowners will understand how to glue and seam the liners together. A small mistake can result in a big drainage problem, and you’ll lose your water and fish. Burrowing rodents also can nibble through the liner. “You’d be surprised how quickly a koi pond will drain into the ground,” Leidner says. Expert
Adirondack chairs are a great option for dotting around a property in special spots. Here one can enjoy the comfy slant while fishing, or even just sitting back and enjoying the splash of the waterfall and the lovely view.
“Drsign” — llmarshall
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
7 Reviews
Family Style Beach House
Ideabooks1,003
Questions6
Fish lights, blue accents, blue chairs
Fish lights and granite
fish pendant lights and chandelier
tile colour, fish lights
Lights with fish...Fish accents...fish pendants!
“Lights with fish” — wholdaway
Paddle Creek Design
1 Review
storm mountain ranch house
Ideabooks1,182
Questions2
Hi Paddle Creek, Have loved your designs for years, especially this home! Would you please tell us the dimensions of this room? Thank you for your time.
Warm red tones with gold tones, fish cabinet
cool fish on the armoire
love the fish .......Chest w/fish design...fish on armoir...Fish panel...Paddle Creek Design
“Relaxing” — agurlthang
Miller Creek Lawn & Landscape
Doyle Project
Ideabooks8,828
Questions4
Miller Creek Lawn & Landscape
water /creek/ waterfall idea
Creek in back yard...Fish Pond...Rock creek
“la caida men. del liral river” — braurer
Superior Lawn and Landscape
1 Review
Making something out of Nothing
Ideabooks13,088
Questions4
idea that a creek is leading into the pond
Always wanted a fish pond. Lovely.
Hostas, pebble mulch in higher creek edge
Idea in general...maybe could use side of the yard for the 'creek', with shade plants, and
beautiful zeriscaped back yard with man made creek.
The boulder banked, greenery bedecked creek and cedar shakes cottage
“Plants” — Lucas Henriksen
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