They are commonly known as disappearing fountains because the water reservoir is actually hidden underground. The waterfalls bubble down through a rock base and then disappear. This cycle does not require regular maintenance because stagnant water is not an issue.
So, when is a pondless water feature perfect for your garden?
Most water features look best in full sunlight and your garden with the beam as a result. Any place that can host a water feature should also be able to accommodate a vegetable garden or a sunny flower bed, too.
Pondless water features can become one of the main focal points of your garden and landscaping. It is striking and can be used to distract people from other unattractive features in your yard.
There is nothing quite as tranquil as the sound of a small waterfall or fountain. A pondless water feature can be used as a relaxing element, as the bubbling effect will help calm your mind.
Adding a pondless water feature to an open area could amplify the space and become an attention grabber. Plus, they make a great conversation piece and give you a little something to “show off”
Finally, water features can also serve as birdbaths. If you are a fan of birdwatching or just love seeing mother nature in your own backyard, a pondless water feature would be perfect for you.
Make sure to keep water features away from power lines, pipes, and other things that could cause damage when you break ground. We also recommend keeping them away from large vegetation and putting them near your power outlets to cut some costs.
American Gardens can help you with your landscaping needs. Your landscape is a collaborative, creative process that begins by discussing the central goals of your project. We assess and address the challenges and opportunities your property presents and use our team of architects, designers and horticulturalists to create a design that reflects your tastes and your lifestyle.