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This is an example of an asian water fountain landscape in San Francisco.

Wang ResidenceAsian Landscape, San Francisco

This is an example of an asian water fountain landscape in San Francisco. —  Houzz
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Pavel Kelin wrote:Nov 15, 2012
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    Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts
    Ami, be very careful advising people on using live / creek water. Across most of the USA you will get into legal trouble doing that.
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    Ami Saunders, MLA
    Thank you for this advice. I would not wish to discourage people from enjoying ponds, and there are many solutions for each site, depending upon personal preference and site conditions.

    Pondmaking is an ancient tradition, with a rich history and technology behind it. Asia there is a long history of using freshwater to source ponds in their beautiful gardens. This is because that was how ponds were traditionally sourced. There is also a new tradition of building swimming ponds in many parts of the globe. I believe that using freshwater to supply ponds is a long-time tradition here in the USA as well. If there are any questions, please inquire to the pond equipment manufacturers, and always check municipal code requirements for using ponds. Also be sure to verify water rights on any site before using the water on it, such as for wells or retention ponds. Always make sure contractors are properly licensed and bonded before performing work on your property.

    Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts - thanks for your input. I always steer people in the direction of following local codes and guidelines to (a) keep value of property and (b) health and safety considerations. I'm sure that was what you intended to say, instead, right?
kathy_bash wrote:Jul 26, 2012
  • kjvp
    Just reading through the comments for this beautiful picture and was surprised to read the ones by Spring Creek. The overall tone was just a little too unfriendly and the messages felt like more of an attempt to discredit a competitor than an effort to provide users with useful information. I liked Ami's helpful and polite responses and so I will be checking out Aquascape.
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    Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts
    kjvp, Just stating what I know to be true. Perhaps you can find the "moss" in our work in the attached photo...
travelady1 wrote:Aug 10, 2013
  • Raven Kaiser
    In what region or state was this photo taken?
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    Ami Saunders, MLA
    Fremont, California
Ruth Saldanha Torres wrote:Jun 12, 2014
hmq912 wrote:Nov 28, 2013
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    Ami Saunders, MLA
    This is a custom pond using the Aquascape system. Contact your local Aquascape pond builder for details.
  • kaushik
    you have a lovely space ,wana click few pictures of this place i have the similar in india mount abu
orchid32 wrote:Apr 4, 2013
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    Ami Saunders, MLA
    The bridge was custom made. A local carpenter should be able to do it nicely from the photo. Very best of luck, let me know how it goes.
  • alunit
    wow, lovely place !
Paul Visconti wrote:Jun 14, 2015
Khawla Hammoud Saleh wrote:Apr 26, 2013
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    Ami Saunders, MLA
    The stone is natural rock supplied by local quarries in the area.
kolmaro wrote:Sep 2, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Mitchell Parker added this to How to Make a PondMar 4, 2013

    Advantages of Deeper PondsFish will grow only in relation to how big the space is that they’re in. In shallow water a koi fish, which can reach 3 feet in length, won’t reach its full potential, as it would in a 5-foot-deep pond.Fish tend to get sicker in small ponds, because they’re swimming around in water with higher concentrations of their own waste. Deeper ponds mean more water volume and 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 be cool, especially if you drop $5,000 on one koi fish.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Lesley McLeod added this to Wish ListMay 3, 2019

    built up corner. make fake water with stones.

    Martin Winfield added this to mjwnfld's ideasMay 1, 2019

    Would love to walk around a corner and find this in my garden.

    pat malone added this to custom houseApr 24, 2019

    koi ponds asian bridges side zen yard

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