A water garden can be the most enjoyable investment you could ever make, or the biggest soggy nightmare. A recent phone call from an angry water garden owner prompted this article. What she was describing to me was just the opposite of what would be considered the ideal water garden experience.
Water gardens are attractive and can make wonderful additions to your backyard garden. A water garden has the ability to attract wildlife as well as provide an aesthetic value to your home's landscape. When creating a water garden there are several things to keep in mind and flush out before construction begins.
Saving water does not have to mean a dull, colorless garden. Here are some tips for an amazingly colorful garden, that is water wise as well.
Garden landscaping ideas are always handy when planning garden designs. Be it a flower garden, herb garden or even a water garden, there are some basic princpals you should follow.
In order to manage water in the garden both responsibly and effectively, its necessary to understand that different groups of plants, not only require different quantities of water, but also need the water at different times.
If you work on land you should relax on water - this saying might lead to a surprising conclusions and gives a tip how to arrange the garden. Maybe it is worth to create a small garden building on water?
There's something about the smell of water from a garden hose that just says "summer" to a green thumb. Here are a few tips on how to water your lawn and garden responsibly -- conserving water for fish, birds, and the natural environment.
There may be a point in time when you find it hard to water your garden especially during summer. When your garden occupies a large space, it is definitely requires plenty of water as maintenance.
Producing a digital design before you build a water garden is a sure-fire way of showing prospective clients how their water feature will look before they have invested any money and before you bid on the job. You can create many designs each year and make a handsome profit even if you don't build the water garden!
Who would have thought that a small water garden could be anything but safe? However, a couple of measures of precaution can help ensure that your magical water garden stays safe for everyone, including your goldfish!
Aquamedia Corp. of San Diego, California, has released a first of its kind, the "Water Garden Digital Image Library." This consists of png-formatted images of actual images of rocks, water, waterfalls, ponds, water plants, aquatic creatures such as turtles and fish, etc. The "Water Garden Digital Image Library 5.0" is packaged with Microsoft’s Digital Image Suite 9 software and a two hour training video of Master Waterfall Builder Douglas Hoover teaching, step by step, how to design a virtual water garden using a digital photograph of a back yard.
A Japanese water garden is a place of serenity. It is a place that one can go to appreciate nature, gather one's thoughts, and relax to the humble sounds of nature. You can create this type of garden in your own back yard and enjoy it's offerings for years to come.
To start and maintain a large container water garden follow these tips for a successful and pretty project. With a little bit of work and the right techniques your water garden will be easy and fun.
What is the best way to control algae and impurities in backyard water gardens? The proper equipment such as a UV light filter can mean the difference between owning a water garden that can provide more joy and pleasure than anything you ever spent money on, or it can be your biggest nightmare.
One of the most essential things that we do in the garden is watering. Most of the plants needs to be regularly watered. Especially when it's hot and not raining. Giving plants enough amount of water has a huge impact on look of decorating plants and amount of fruits in the vegetable and fruit gardens. But let's think how much water do we need to use for this purpose?