Turn on the wa­ter works

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - Gardening -

mov­ing wa­ter is also use­ful for drown­ing out the sound of traf­fic – use­ful if you live in a busy built-up area. gush­ing wall spouts will bring the drama and magic of wa­ter to any part of the gar­den, es­pe­cially where there isn’t room for a full-scale pond. In tra­di­tional style gar­dens, stone lion masks are a good choice and look most ef­fec­tive when spit­ting into a stone trough that’s framed by green­ery. stain­less steel wa­ter fea­tures are per­fect for small con­tem­po­rary gar­dens, where the mir­rored sur­face can be used to create a tac­tile ‘wall’ of cool re­fresh­ing wa­ter that will create sparkling light and make the gar­den look even more mag­i­cal.

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