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Deck and Patio Company "Outdoor Living Experts"
6 Reviews
Ponds waterfalls water features water gardens
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Pond planting
“Pond planting” — hchen_usa
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
REmick 2
Love this fountain! How wide are the sidewalls? Is the pond concrete?
Great looking water features, are you able to keep the concrete bare on the interior, or do you have to coat it with something thicker to add a waterproof sealant or membrane of some sort?
For water features I would recommend a minimum of 6"
6" reinforced (rebar) concrete for sidewalls and 8" thick floor. We usually do 8" sidewalls for water features. If it is only 8'x4'x1' deep you could probably do 4" sidewalls if you used high strength concrete and good reinforcing. I would keep the base at least 6" thick though.
Concrete 'stones' for patio, water feature
See notes from architect on how to build the pond.
“tiles and wall” — Grace Sinclair
A Pleno Sol
The name of the plant is "Horse tail reed". It needs plenty of water and sun!
A trickling or cascading fountain like this one loses less water to evaporation than one in which water is sprayed up into the air.
A non hedge green wall. Looks great with water feature.
The horsetail is nice around the pond
Cascading fountains. Fountains generally fall into two categories: those in which water is sprayed up and those in which water cascades
use of water feature with bamboo
like the cascading fountain with all the tall reed grasses. Cascading fountains loose less water and i like the sound
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
“horse tale reed” — PASCAL TIBBITS DESIGN LTD
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
how do you get the water to flow evenly over the edge of the flagstone
Really impressed with your work. It looks so natural. NO obvious flagstone shelves for water to run off. Keep designing beautiful ideas
There is no flagstone in the waterfeature. We use boulders for the falls. To get the water to flow evenly we level each rock to ensure that water is properly displayed over the rock.
Use of boulders for water feature
rocks and hillside and water feature
do this where pond overflows to lake
Walkway with water cascading alongside it
“pond” — mlcr1
6 Reviews
Voorhees Dorobek Residence
our services by creating a Landscape Master Plan and GardenWise can install fences, arbors, all masonry work including patios retaining walls, water features, lighting, irrigation and of course plant installation. Call us for a free consultation. Thanks for your interest in GardenWise. J. Mark White
Such a cool little pond area idea
the illusion of water going under
I like patio rock and pond along the edge
“Patio” — kkmf8047
Virginia W. Kelsey, AIA
Stablewood Remodeling
some sort of water feature at end?
Not square and minus the fountain but the little pond is fun idea
water feature, fountain and balinese statue
love the statue and small pond idea
Nice pond next to pool
fountain with small pond
Buddha water feature with pool.
Like koe pond at end
Integrate a fish pond somewhere
Water colour...Asian water feature...Dark water...LIKE WATER FEATURE...Water color...FISH POND
“like the little pond” — lesliehanna1
BJL Aquascapes
7 Reviews
Pondless Waterfalls, Disappearing Waterfalls, Low Maintenance Landscape Edition
without the presence of a pond. You can enjoy the sight and sound of running water without the maintenance of a pond. The waterfall is undoubtedly the most beautiful and favored feature in a water garden. If space is lacking in your yard or you have safety concerns with a pond, go Pondless! The name
the waterfall, it’s easy to add a pond onto a Pondless Waterfall. Complete System It might be difficult to imagine a waterfall and stream without a pond. Where does the water go? A Pondless Waterfall works much like a regular pond. The hole, deeper than a normal pond, is dug then lined with rock and gravel
stream, without the pond. So why would you want a waterfall without a pond? The truth is that a Pondless Waterfall isn’t for everyone, but it can be a great alternative for someone who isn’t quite sure if a pond is right for their family. Safety Because there is no pool of water, a Pondless Waterfall
“pondless waterfall” — atexanne
Danscapes INC
Ponds and Water Features
Ponds and Water Features
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