Water is an essential garden feature. It can be elaborate like this shady stone stream that empties into a stone pond.
It can be in a Japanese plantscape with a fountain.
A large pot with a circulating pump can be transformed into a shady water garden.
Sometimes water can just be captured in the concavity of a stone.
Does your garden have water? How can you create a water feature?
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These are inspirational. I love my little drop of water in the garden. It works it’s magic from time to time.
Lisa – None of these waterworks are in my garden. I love garden tours, and dreaming of what I might be able to do. I just have a bird bath.
Water gardens stand out and give a peaceful look. Add perennials around them for a stand out look.
Amy – There are many wonderful ways to have water in the garden. I’m still working on it.