Fountains are a great addition to your garden, but it takes a lot of work to keep it that way. A weather-beaten path can still look attractive, but a dry, dirty fountain can ruin the entire look of your garden. Indeed, even the most expensive fountains won’t last long if not given proper care. Here’s how you can take care of your fountain and make sure it lasts for years.
Wall mounted garden fountains achieve the same effect as any other fountain. The serenity and tranquility of water trickling down is an essential element to any outdoor setting. The element of water enhances any environment by just its visual presence. These fountains seem to touch the human spirit deeply and personal. The sound that comes from a fountain is perfect to help you unwind at the end of a busy day. It is soothing and relaxing which creates peace and harmony.
An effect of tiny waterfall may be created by letting the water flow from one container onto the other container. Spill pans in two and three tiered plastic or metal sets are available in garden supply stores. Spill pans may also be created simply by using your own materials. For example, using stacked geometric stones can help you create a cascading đài phun nước sân vườn.
Garden water fountains are usually a little different than patio fountains as they are meant to fit the design of a garden more than a patio or deck. Most garden fountains are made of stone and include many shapes and designs. A common garden fountain typically has the water bubbling and flowing out of the top and then cascading down creating mini waterfalls instead of flowing down a flat surface like many patio or indoor fountains. There are many birdbath fountains available also. These fountains work basically the same as patio fountains with the pump and lights. To plug it in you will want to use an extension cord meant for garden use that can be buried to hide the cord.
There are also water wall fountains. These are the ones that are positioned parallel to walls to achieve the effect. Stone wall fountains are common as they are the most durable. Glass walls are also available.
Next define the space. It may be too much to improve the entire backyard this summer but outline the design to avoid reworking the same area next year. Fences or hedges can define boundaries and create order in the yard. If children need a play area be sure to define the “children’s space.” Get their input about how large it should be and what they want to do in their area.
If you’re thinking of outdoor parties, functional outdoor fountains can also be a hit. But they will come in less conventional forms. You can have a champagne fountain which everyone will surely enjoy. Imagine all that champagne flowing like there’s no end to it. It’s going to be a very inviting spot in the middle of all those conversations, those wonderful barbecues and your excited guests. To satisfy their sweet tooth, you can have a chocolate fountain with which they can coat those fluffy marshmallows, bananas or anything you’ll be serving along with that brown, chocolaty madness. For children’s parties, you can have a flowing soda fountain which they will adore. You can have sodas of different colors and flavors that the kids will just not get enough of.