Your home should be your safe haven. It should provide you not only security but also a sense of serenity and calm when everything seems to be in turmoil. And that soothing ambiance is just what a pondless water feature can deliver. Why not consider one for your backyard?
This somewhat abbreviated approach to water gardening is suggested as an alternative to the set up a pond, add fish and plants approach. Yes that does sound idyllic and all. But have you considered the work involved?
Instead how about getting the soothing sound of flowing water without any of these maintenance hassles? Yes, you can still enjoy a waterfall garden without a pond. Sounds crazy I know but that’s exactly how pondless water features work.
You could call this the keep it simple approach to water gardening. Much like container gardening for those who want fresh produce without tearing up half their yard to put in a garden. And you’d be surprised at all the ways you can achieve this. They range from a waterfall to some sort of fountain even.
Today, more and more people are taking great interest in pondless water systems according to many selling such things. Not only because they are one of the hottest landscaping trends going but because they offer solid advantages over your more traditional backyard pond.
Soothing: Even in the most urban of settings you can still enjoy the splish splashing of water in your back yard.
Safety: With a pondless water system, there is no standing water. Hence, there is nothing to fall into. So if you have kids at home or living nearby having this kind of water feature is truly ideal from a safety point of view.
Space Saving By Design: Pondless water systems can be beautiful to behold. Not only do you get relaxed after a hard day at work by their soothing sounds, but looking at them can mesmerize you with their innate sense of tranquility. Plus, you no longer need to use much space to accommodate a pond. An amazingly small space is more than enough to enjoy the scenery.
Saves Work: Some busy homeowners don’t have a lifestyle that lends itself to pond upkeep. So they don’t want to sign up for all the work that may be involved. Instead they opt to go pondless which is easier to set up and maintain than your traditional pond.
So for those in search of a little stress relief in for the form of the tinkling and soothing splish-splashy sounds of water in your backyard, a pondless water feature may be the ideal solution.
Freelancer Nash Thaxter has written many articles related to water features like this. Covering everything from backyard pond kits with preformed pond liners to dealing with algae in small backyard ponds to tips on how to use plants to perk up a pond. Backyard-Ponds-Care.com is the site to visit to help you get the pond of your dreams.
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- Green Features for Your Home (homeloans.org)
- New Forest ~ Hatchet Pond (pondblog.wordpress.com)