Looking for a cost-effective and unique feature to liven up your landscape? Water features add a soothing and natural component to any outdoor living space. If you have your heart set on adding a water component to your landscape but don’t have a clear idea, here are some suggestions for water features that will transform your yard.
Pond or Water Garden
A pond or water garden are some of the most natural features you could add to your landscape. Adding pond plants and some fish can make this natural water feature more attractive and sustainable. As a result, you get a beautiful water feature, and the wildlife in your space have a place to survive and thrive.
If you’re looking for a natural look of a pond coupled with a more eye-catching aesthetic, a waterfall might be the water feature for you. The sounds of a waterfall will add tranquility and soothing sounds to your pond and outdoor living space.
Fountain or Fountainscape
Fountainscapes are decorative, usually small, water features such as tabletop fountains, bubbling urns, spitters, and other fountains that use an in-ground reservoir. Adding a fountain or fountainscape is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to bring water to your landscape.
Aquascape has designed a revolutionary rainwater harvesting system that combines a recirculation and sub-surface rainwater harvest storage system with a decorative water feature. This system provides an environmentally friendly alternative to other water features while maintaining a stylish exterior.
Lurvey partners with Aquascape, North America’s leading water feature innovator, to consistently provide fresh and creative water features to fit your vision. Whether you’re looking for a custom water feature or a simple water fixture, Lurvey Home & Garden Center has what you need to make a splash in your outdoor living space this summer.