Art of Landscaping with water
Although 70% of the earth is covered by water, our gardens don't usually reflect that. If you'd like to create a water feature in your garden, it's not as hard as you might think. For the very most straightforward type, put out a birdbath. If you have a bit more time, consider a small pond.
Create a relaxing pond
If you use a small pump in the pond, the circulating water is not only fresher. It creates the relaxing sound we've come to associate with moving water. You may not have an actual babbling brook in your backyard, but you'll get almost as much enjoyment as if you did. Planting around the edges of even the tiniest pond helps create a natural feel. For a tiny pond, cattails might be a bit too high and overwhelm the area, but arrowhead or duck potato might be just right. Find them in our wetland plants.
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