Water Gardens

Water Gardens

Many people have ponds or water features in their garden, but if you want something a bit more dramatic, then Floral & Hardy can base your entire garden around a water theme. Water gardens are calming and serene, with the gentle sounds of trickling water covering background noises, and you can choose a rustic, wild look, or something stylish and contemporary.

Floral & Hardy have turned all sorts of back gardens into beautiful water gardens, and we’re happy to visit your home and discuss what could be done. Whether you want something that looks natural, perhaps a waterfall built with rugged stone feeding into a large pond, or you want something more modern with crisp, clean lines, we’ll be able to design something that suits your tastes.

You may want to add a large pond so you can take care of koi carp or other exotic fish, and we can ensure the design is both practical and beautiful. Pond edge wildflowers or wetland grasses can help make the area look more natural and colourful, while adding plants to your pond can encourage wildlife and keep your fish happy. Waterlilies are a classic choice for water gardens, while Veronica Beccabunga have pretty little blue flowers, and Mimulus add a splash of bright, yellow colour.

There are lots of features that can be added to a water garden that are practical and add interest. A waterside decking area would be lovely for relaxing or dining, and we could build a small bridge where you could feed your fish, or place some pretty potted plants. In addition to ponds or pools, you could add fountains, waterfalls, and other decorative water features, giving your water garden a unique look.

If you’re thinking of having your garden renovated, then give Floral & Hardy a call on 0844 884 2425. We can give you a design that’s beautiful, practical, and suits the style of your home.

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