Tips on Which Materials to Choose for your Water Garden
Concrete block is readily available at garden centers, easy to work with, and usually less expensive than natural stone. While designs and coloring of concrete has improved in recent years, there’s just no replacing natural stone.
Your water garden will do well with minimal attention. You will need to spend some time in the spring setting it up and then sometime in late fall, prepping it for winter. But water gardening otherwise will be some of the lowest-maintenance gardening you’ll do!
Just as with installing a new flower garden or planting a new shrub or tree, it is critical to select an appropriate location for your water feature. A good site sets you up for easy care, maximum enjoyment, and minimal expense and hassles.
Water gardens can be very different. Some are formal; others informal. They can be small or huge, lush with greenery or sleek with none, extremely contemporary or deeply traditional. What kind of water garden do you want?