Waterscaping Clovis CA
Add Unique Elements with Waterscaping
While fountains and other water features do count as hardscaping, the addition of any water features in a yard is also known as Waterscaping.
Waterscaping includes any water features on the property, such as birdbaths, fountains, ponds, and more. Though it may seem like they would require extra water, there are water features that can help conserve water as well, providing plants with all the water they need while avoiding any waste.
A fountain is a gorgeous addition to almost any property, and they can vary in size based on what’s right for the property. They’re also what most people think of when they imagine adding water to a property, but they aren’t the only option. Waterfalls can create a unique look, especially when paired with the right plants, as can artificial ponds. Artificial ponds can be just about any size, and can include just plants for a unique look or can have fish and other creatures within them to add more to the area.
Other options include artificial streams and water gardens. Streams can be created to help move water away from the home when it rains or can be designed to move water through, mimicking the gentle current of a natural stream, and can include rocks, fish, and more. Water gardens are a unique feature that can collect water when it rains, helping to keep the water on the property so it can be used by the plants in the water garden. This helps conserve water, as they have the water they need and won’t require being watered frequently.