How to make a decorative water area with different types of water effects in the garden? Decorative water area of artificial stone
Water areas are an integral part of landscaping of gardens and yards. In this article we will present you a few easy steps and rules for building garden water areas.
The first step is to choose a suitable place so that it can be seen from as many places in the yard (if the water area will be an accent).
It is not good to be near trees (deciduous) because in the fall you will have to clean quite often.
Second step: outline the shape you want (maybe with a garden hose or rope). It is good to pre-determine the places for ornamental plants, aquatic plants or places for sowing seeds of flower varieties.
The third step is to dig the hole. Outline the pond by driving a straight shovel along the contour, then remove the rope (or hose).
Dig to a depth of 30 cm and with the same width make a new outline of the shoreline inwards – this will be the step for the coastal plants (shelf) of your decorative water area.
Decorative water area in a park environment With a level and a board, level the shelf so that it is at the same depth under the water. Continue digging along the inner contour until you reach the desired depth.