Adding a water feature or bird bath to your garden
The trickle of water in a fountain or pond can be a soothing addition to any outdoor space, whether you have a vast garden, a small patch of land or even a balcony. After all, water features are lovely to look at, they add a bit of ambience and can be an interesting talking point. Meanwhile, for those who prefer to unwind by participating in activities like yoga, Tai Chi or meditation, the sound of water can provide a focus for your concentration, helping you to get the most out of your relaxation time.
What's more, for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts who are seeking a way to make their garden more inviting to their feathered friends, a bird bath might be the key to getting the winged creatures to move in. A bird house or feeder might also prove useful. Read More
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Installing your water feature
It's fairly simple to install a fountain or bird bath in your garden, meaning you can easily create a unique space without having to put in a large amount of work. The first things to consider are the amount of available space and how the finished water feature will look in its surroundings.
You should also think about whether or not your fountain needs to have an electrical supply. To make installation easier, many devices are solar powered.
Depending on your garden, you may want to think about decorative lighting, which can help to draw attention to the fountain or bird bath in the evenings and add a bit of atmosphere to the space. In some water features, integral lighting is included.
Once installed, fountains and bird baths are usually easy to maintain. You'll need to keep the water feature topped up - this is especially important to avoid burning out the motor - and remove large pieces of debris whenever you notice them.
Occasionally emptying the basin and giving the surfaces a good scrub is also a sensible idea. This will help to prevent the build-up of lime scale, algae and other substances that can clog the internal workings of the fountain.
Turn a space in your garden into an area of tranquillity with this charming water feature powered entirely by the sun