• Post published:July 10, 2013
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Bloedel Reserve Reflecting Pool in the rain

Most of us will never have a reflecting pool in our garden, but water in the garden comes in many forms. The Bloedel Reserve has many beautiful ways to use water in the garden., this is just one.

A small fountain

A small fountain near the house makes electricity for the  recirculating pump easy.

A waterfall

This small waterfall has been ‘tuned’ to make lovely music. The water enters in a lovely fishpond.

A simple birdbath

A simple birdbath in the shade.

A fountain in the shade

A more elaborate fountain in the shade. Burbling.

 

Millstone into fountain

A fountain in the sun is beautiful, too.

Birdbath

You can combine a birdbath with art.

A backyard pond and fountain

Through the magic of recirculating pumps you can have a pond and a fountain.

Seattle fountain

Even municipalities can have a sense of humor and play with water.

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Tinky

    Very fun. Alas, the water in MY garden (if you can call what I have a garden) is a swamp at the moment. But one lives in hope….

  2. Lost Roses

    Wouldn’t I love a reflecting pool! As it is, my little pond can barely hold a water lettuce once it starts making little lettuces. Love water in the garden!

  3. Sheryl

    I love all of the options that you shared! Water is my favorite garden element.

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