Although the idea of using pots as garden fountains is not a new idea, I came across a way of building them that I hadn’t seen before and would like to share that with you. The idea is simple. First you will have to choose the pots you will use for your fountain. You need a basin, a base and the pot you will use as the fountain. Choose the shape of the main fountain not only for its appearance but also how it will function. Smooth pots with very little taper on the bottom will be quieter as the water will cling to sides as it falls. Some pots have ridges or rings that will cause the water to fall off producing more sound.
The style choices are endless when it comes to both types of water features. You can find a wall fountain that looks contemporary just as easily as one that could enhance a 50s retro theme. There’s even art fountains that are available that are unlike anything you may be familiar with. Floor fountains also come in an array of materials and trims. Popular choices today include copper, glass, stainless steel, slate, mirror and stone. Some floor water features are simply straight, others are curved and you’ll even find some with designs like bamboo designs etched in glass.
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On the other hand, floor fountains have a way of creating a true spa atmosphere in a room of any theme or color palette. You may find yourself walking by and looking for koi fish from time to time as they just seem as they would belong there swimming around.
Certain wall mounted fountains give trouble because the water flow is not even in all the areas of the fountain. Instead of a sheet of water, you may see only a trickle from a spot. To ensure uniform flow, mount the fountain straight. If you find a dry area in the water flow path, wet it. This helps the water ion attract other water ions. Gradually, there will be an even, uninterrupted path of flow.
Next define the space. It may be too much to improve the entire backyard this summer but outline the design to avoid reworking the same area next year. Fences or hedges can define boundaries and create order in the yard. If children need a play area be sure to define the “children’s space.” Get their input about how large it should be and what they want to do in their area.
These types of frog fountain are available online or from your local garden centre. Pop down and see what would look good in your garden. You will be surprised to see there is something for everyone and a range of models to suit even the pickiest of garden fanatics.