15 Charming Garden Pond Design Ideas
We have previously said a pond in your garden completes this space of relaxation and brings a note of freshness, originality and personalizes the little green corner. It also allows you to grow a wider range of plants and to rear some attractive fish – not to mention all the wildlife that will be drawn to your new pond. A well-planned pond can be the visual center piece of your garden. More than the aesthetic plus, a pond can increase the property value and will instantly draw the attention of any potential customer more than anything else. The options you have at hand are numerous and to inspire you in stylishly arrange a garden, we give you several garden pond design ideas.
Let’s start with easy ideas that you can easily put into practice. Miniature ponds in which to use the many accessories you have around, generally containers, so to create an exquisite corner next to your house. A tractor tire, for example, is a viable option to build such a garden pond. The images below are a brief guide to the creation of such a place.
Sometimes it only takes a simple hole dug in the ground and then filled with water. The recipe does not stop here though. Decorate the edges with river stones and slabs of natural stone, various brick curbs and other accessories, such as amphorae, so the small water stretch gains some personality.
A totally relaxing decor, just by looking at it, let alone being part of it! The landscape seems to be perfect – a garden pond, simple but visually enriched the flora developed on the shore or a bench under a gorgeous pergola, partially covered by a climbing plant – elements harmoniously integrated for an unparalleled garden corner.
Some wood logs thrown on the edge of a small pond is of great effect, imitating nature. Almost every single recipe encountered involves the use of stones of various sizes to delineate the water surface and create a setting as close to the natural one as possible.
And because you also need any specific advice that will help you build such a pond yourself, click on this link which will lead to an older article where you can find such detailed information.
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