How to build a backyard pond? Where once a backyard pond was a feature that could only be provided and appreciated by the very wealthy, nowadays backyard ponds are features that any homeowner can install and enjoy. However, a lady enthusiast must be very careful about landscaping around her pond to make it look like it belongs to his yard. Here are some ideas for landscaping a pond.
A moss garden is a water feature that is far different from a traditional pond. In these types of water gardens, the perforation is perforated and the pond is filled with a mixture of water, compost, soil and peat to create a moist, creepy atmosphere. Plants for a moss garden may include plantain lilies, miniature bamboo, cattails, irises, turtle or moss rosemary.
The falling water gives a sound that some find soothing and comfortable. For this reason, waterfall features are often incorporated into the backyard ponds. Running water also helps aerate a pond that provides a better environment for fish and keep the water stagnant. Waterfalls can be created with a steam outlet or a large pump that reuses water over rocks. Even dry gardens use raked gravel to represent water. Japan’s formal gardens are influenced by Buddhist tenants who emphasize formality and tranquility.