No garden is complete without a water feature. Even a very small bubbling fountain can elevate the simplest flower bed. We are so delighted with our new water feature–the soothing water noise is so nice that I’ve been wondering if there’s another spot in my yard for a little pond or fountain. Aside from the aesthetics, I’ve learned that there are some other good reasons to add water to your landscaping. Water in motion provides one of the best sources of white noise, which can muffle traffic sounds and other noise pollution. It also attracts wildlife, especially birds and butterflies, which are so good for your soul and your local ecosystem.
Try This: Install a Water Feature
Clay Pot Bubbler at The Happy Homebodies
Pinterest inspired this cute little flower pot feature.
Container Water Garden at What’s Ur Home Story
In additional to the tutorial for this DIY project, check out the helpful tips on keeping mosquitos out of your water feature.
DIY Patio Water Wall at The Interior Frugalista
This water feature provides a lot of impact and soothing water noise without the maintenance and space required by a horizonal pond or fountain.
Recirculating Fountain Tutorial at Tatertots & Jello
It’s easy to turn a pretty flower pot into a recirculating fountain for a small space water feature.
Installation was simple and we love the soothing noise of our garden fountain.
Pond Fountain at Oh My! Creative
Full instructions for installing this minature pond and waterfall in a small space.
Make a Garden Fountain from Anything at Instructables
Love the zen look of stacked stones and trickling water.
Contemporary Garden Pond at The Garden Glove
Cost estimate for this DIY project is under $30!
So what do you think? Are you ready to try adding a new water feature to your flower bed or yard? They had such amazing character and charm, we absolutely love ours.