#10 Large Pond with Japanese Rocks
It’s a typical Japanese water garden feature, using stones close to the edge of the water to create some of the island scenery seen on Japanese coasts.
#11 Japanese Pond with Wooden Decking
Framing your lily pond with landscaping timber like in this example can create a quietly beautiful water feature. The stone features, and the gravel used for contrast.
#13 Water Grove Japanese Garden
Nature takes center stage in this example, which faithfully recreates a natural scene in the context of a water garden.
#14 Rocky Waterfall with Pond
This example has a natural feel to it because of the seemingly careless rock arrangement but which is in fact deliberate. The pond too has a pleasantly unkempt feel to it.
#15 Corner Indoor Water Gardening
Got a free corner in your house, here’s an idea of how you can transform it into a layered water garden full of textures.
#16 Large Round Fountain with Flamingos
Lush ferns and other greenery create the perfect backdrop for this artistic water fountain. You can add some brass or copper animals to create a natural scene that’s both beautiful and timeless.
#17 Rocky Waterfall Japanese Garden
Layering a few big, chunky rocks to create a watercourse like in this example is a fantastic way to create dramatic scenery in your garden.
#18 Boy Garden Fountain
Add more personality to your garden with an antique-looking small fountain. This type of fountain can be a great choice for more sophisticated gardens with many different elements and layers.
#19 Layered Stones Water Feature
The stones have been layered in this example around the water hole in the middle and how the plants in the background match with the warm hue of the stone.
#20 Bowl Within Bowl with Rocks
Place a small bowl within a larger one, add stones, and get the water flowing with a tube that recirculates the water.
#21 Watering Cans Simple Garden Waterfall
If you have some watering cans that you’re not using anymore, this idea is for you. Arrange them skillfully like in the example below and add a water source to the topmost one. The result can be a nice water feature for your backyard garden.