Ponds & Water Features

As part of their landscape design plan, many homeowners ask for waterfalls with stream beds, garden ponds, bubblers, and pondless water features.  Water features are not only enjoyable to us, but they are also an important part of the surrounding environment as functional parts of nature. Many living things can benefit from the maturation of your pond and ecosystem.

Water Features & Pond Ecology

One pond in one yard might not seem like it would make a difference, but the truth is, it makes a very positive impact on the environment. Consider the thousands of ponds and water features in neighborhoods all across the country. These help provide an oasis for creatures whose natural habitats may have been replaced by development. Birds, frogs, dragonflies, plants, and many others can find solace in your contribution to nature.

Your ecosystem waterfall and pond are important. What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is a community of animals, plants, and organisms working together with one another and functioning as an ecological element of nature. It includes all parts of the environment including the living plants and animals, water, air, and the sun’s energy. Ponds that utilize these elements properly create a natural ecosystem and fit into the community life cycle of not just one yard, but the entire ecological region.

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