Pond goldfish – The shape of a fish pond, the design of the garden and the plants and flowers, point to a unified idea of gardening by the gardener. Maybe you like the sound of water dripping or see the brightly colored fish. Landscaping accentuates the best features of your pond, bringing this dramatic focal point to the forefront of your landscape.
Fish ponds provide such a peaceful refuge in your landscape that the choice of the perfect location should be your top priority. Consider the shadow and sun areas in your yard. The excess of shade can not provide enough heat for the fish, besides creating a mess of leaves and needles. The excess of sun invites the proliferation of algae that even the most hungry fish can keep up. Choose a site with sun and balanced shade and which is located near your outdoor areas.
Pond liners are often hidden using a series of rocks placed around the edge of the pond. Place of rocks in natural groupings or random positions throughout the garden. Incorporate the rocks with their plantations by creating a circular pile of rocks, filling the center with the ground and planting a grapevine or outlet plant at the center of a natural appearance.