Garden Ponds Design Ideas
When creating a water garden, you need to choose between a soft or hard pond liner. If you use a soft liner, your water garden or fish pond can take the shape you want, for example, B. square, round, oblong, or almost anything you can imagine. If you are using a rigid or preformed pond, you should purchase your liner that is already shaped like your pond. The best designs for garden ponds start with the coating and progress. In the end, the shape of the garden pond is not what gives it its charm or character, it is actually the aquatic plants, fish, and plants that surround the outside of the pond. In general, pond designs can be formal or informal. Formal pond styles have clear straight lines and geometric shapes, and often rigid edges made of bricks preformed tiles or even stones. Formal garden ponds can be used as reflective pools, making them very quiet and reflecting the
Garden Ponds Design Ideas
surrounding trees and flowers. You don’t usually see this water garden design in the backyards. The rectangles and squares have a formal style. The more oval they are, the more informal they appear. Informal design ideas for garden ponds have curved liquid lines that flow into surrounding gardens and vegetation without defined edges. These designs have a more natural look and function. Waterfalls are usually added to this type of design, while the edges complement the landscaping, which can be irregular and hilly. The use of large boulders and river rocks at the bottom and on the edges of the pond makes it even more natural. The rectangles are the easiest to install because they are easier to dig and if you use flexible coverings, you only have to make a few folds in the corners. Preformed ponds such as kidney shapes are even easier to install. The freeform design, where you define the
shape by digging and then lining it with a soft basin liner, is more difficult to install yourself. Depending on the shape you choose, you may need to buy almost twice as much line as you think is necessary. If you are installing it yourself, it may be advisable to avoid shapes that create arms or a very irregular design, as it can be a nightmare to fit the liners. Remember to plan your water garden before you start building. Make sure you know the shape of the pond and space your favorite rocks and plants need so your pond isn’t cramped in a corner. Above all, provide extra space for one or two chairs so that you can enjoy your pond and all the hard work you put into it.
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