2,928 fish scale Landscape Design Photos

Groupe Paramount
7 Reviews
Long Driveway
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Fish scale driveway
“the light polls” — mljohns1
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Crosslake
Ideabooks2,857
Questions1
amazing galvanized fish gate. could reproduce on a smaller scale to get around the house
The fish on the gate!
Fish gate...it's a fish!...Must love fishing!...The fish of course...Cool fish...The Fish Gate...Metal fish!...FISH CORRAGATED TIN...entry to Red Fish"...The fish...fish gate
“My brothers tony and terry need one.” — tbayb
Behr Construction Company
6 Reviews
Chevy Chase
Ideabooks7,502
Questions4
Raccoons in your area you need at least 4 ft deep so they will not be able to catch you fishes, 2. if you live in an area where the winter is cold you will also need to dig 4 ft to be bellow the frost line. Yor fishes need water and air and to hibernate in the winter. 3. You can buy small Koi at some Nurseries
The ponds are 5 feet deep and have interconnecting underwater tunnels that allow the fish to seek cover from predators and also shade in the summer months.
Nurseries and pet stores for $1,5 they will grow in size according to the size of your pond and the amount of fishes you will have. The more room they have the more they grow
listening to trickling water and watching fish swim around!!
“Wall” — kieles
Chase Building Group
5 Reviews
Spiritual elegance concealing function
Ideabooks6,061
Questions1
The fish could be seen by side.
raised koi pond with window cutouts to view the fish
fish pond & dark wood- nice addition
the garden. And if you really want to enjoy your fish throughout the day and night year-round, then simply move your koi pond indoors. Warning: You might need a larger-than-average home to pull this off.More: What to consider before building a backyard fish pond
“Beautiful but as a master bath addition” — maddydane
www.KarlGercens.com
Private Garden Spaces
Ideabooks9,520
Questions3
I would love to make a big fish pond
Like the fish pond idea / brings good luck
I want a koi fish pond!
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 tip:
Woodland-inspired approaches. The soft plantings surrounding this natural-looking pool are a foil for the fish. Like the teahouse in the Asian-inspired garden above, it's also a perfect spot for relaxing after a long day.
“So cool !” — cocomiadesigns
VietPhu Design Construction Corporation
Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
Ideabooks3,522
Questions0
water fish plants flowers OH MY!!
Could a fish pond be in my yard
koi fish pond attached to the house
koi fish pond...Fish tank 1...Fish pond...The fish pond...Fish pond!
“Ninja steps” — Jake Dowling
Exedra Architects
exedra architects
Ideabooks11,266
Questions2
Japanese modern wooden walkway over fish pond
bridge over stream bed, water plants and fish for front water feature
over the moat, once again bringing echoes of the past. In medieval times a more peaceful use of the moat was to supply fish for the table. In this contemporary setting, ornamental fish now fill the moat, rather than carp or pike.
over the moat, once again bringing echoes of the past.In medieval times a more peaceful use of the moat was to supply fish for the table. In this contemporary setting, ornamental fish now fill the moat, rather than carp or pike.
Pull up a pondGazing at fish swimming around is a soothing way to spend 10 minutes, so rather than tucking your fish pond away at the back of the garden, install it next to the house. This neat little pond butts right up
“pond” — shaffaf
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Luxury Estate Property
Ideabooks8,898
Questions4
koi pond came with house is in full sun and have been fighting algae for months. It has a skimmer and fish keep going in there have tried to block but flow for water fall is interrupted. Have decided to move to back yard in shade. Do I need all the rocks
Fish pond...Yes Fish Pond...It with fish
“Lacebark Elm” — kendravicknair
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