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Waterscaping Your Landscape

By: Brad Wiegand on March 7th, 2012

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Waterscaping Your Landscape

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fountainscapeMany images come to mind when I think of ways to relax and unwind after a long day or week of work.  There are places that we can go to relax such as a beach, a park, or a pond.  Is there any type of correlation between these places?  Yep-Water.  So if you are traveling to get to these places to enjoy this type of recreation, why not bring it home to you in the form of a water feature?

Most of us can honestly say that there are very few things that can help us re-generate after a big day like the sound of moving water.  Whether it's a small pondless waterfall, a fountainscape (at right), or a full scale pond with fish, plants, and waterfalls, nothing helps the cares melt away like the sights and sounds of water.

Water gardens have a way of transforming an ordinary outdoor living space into a beautiful paradise. A place where you can relax and unwind in solitude, or enjoy quality time with family and friends.   Water features become the focal point of any backyard oasis with their melodious tunes and natural ability to attract a variety of birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. 

Whether you tuck a decorative fountain near the entrance of your home or create a backyard habitat with an ecosystem pond and waterfall, you’ll find each day enhanced when waterscaping your landscape. No matter if you have a large backyard or just a small corner in a garden, a water feature is available to fit your taste and budget.



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