is no part of your garden that is more attractive to
wildlife. The sound and movement of water is infinitely
appealing and relaxing.
Recent improvements in technology have made it easier
than ever. A water feature can range in size from a
table- top planter to a quarter acre pond. Most people
tend to choose something in the middle.
You can do it
If a little hard work doesn’t scare you, try
one of our pond kits. They come with a how-to video
and everything you need to get started except the water
and rocks. We also include a coupon for 20% off your
first purchase of water plants!
We can do it for you!
Or, if you would rather leave it to the experts, our
landscaping division can do the hard work and leave
the enjoyment to you.
Whatever your choice, contact us or check out our Gallery
and Landscaping pages for ideas.
Common Water Gardening Questions:
HOW BIG SHOULD MY WATER FEATURE BE?
A bigger pond is easier to maintain than a smaller one and
less costly to build per gallon. Our most commonly sold size
is 11’x16’. If you are nervous about diving right
in, try a tabletop garden or fountain.
WHERE SHOULD I PUT MY WATER FEATURE?
Where you can easily see it and hear it. Don’t put your
feature in the low spot in your yard.
WHAT KIND OF LINER SHOULD I USE?
We recommend EPDM, it is flexible, strong and adaptable to
different sizes, shapes and depth.
HOW DEEP DOES IT NEED TO BE?
Fish survive happily in our ponds that are two feet deep.
DO I NEED A PUMP?