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weejenny

any ideas on a natural water feature for my small garden id love a pond but realistically i just dont have the room sadly

Oakley Witch

Did you have any luck with your water feature? I am in the same position and was wondering if you had come up with a solution?

Oakley Witch
Is it best in the sun or shade? Looks good. I have belfast sinks im looking to use
Matty2

I guess you can put it wherever you have room, mine is underneath a pergola type thing. It is all new so i think when climbers have matured it will be part shaded.

Therre is a picture of it on thread 'Newfence has ruined my garden'. Not a godd photo but gives an idea 

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weejenny

hi Sam and Rosa I've not come up with anything yet but I must say I like the bath and lucky for me I do have one 

Highland Jeannie

We have a Belfast sink too, I was going to plant it up with "something"  but have recently been wondering about turning it into some sort of pond. I was advised at a local nursery that solar powered pumps are useless up here.

I thought that your garden was big, Weejenny? Lots of space up there in the hills.

ponddigger

hi all.here is a pondless waterfall that i built in my back yard.it can be made as small as you want  jack   

Oakley Witch

Thats lovely!  How does that work with no pond?

ponddigger

hi sam, i am building one over the next few days.i will take some photos of the pondless construction,ponddigger

ponddigger

hi sam ,here is where we are going to build the pondless waterfall.

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ThaiGer

...ooohhh, this waterfall look very nice! But because we often not stay in the farm house, we renounce supplementary power consumption...(only need for plants water pump). So we have only some Buddhas in the house wall and for his nice view pods with Lotus, he like it..., ThaiGer


 


 

ponddigger

hi sam .here are some photos of todays pondless cons.photo 1 dig hole to store water


 


 


 


 

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ponddigger

hi more photos of pondless cons


 

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round stones to fill the bason

ponddigger


pipe from pump running up to the back of waterfall.more to morrow.any questions  i will try to answerponddigger