If your garden is not large enough to support a garden pond you may like to consider adding a water feature to your garden. If you have a water feature you can experience the sound of flowing water and as most new types are totally self-contained units there is little or no maintenance whatsoever.
Types of water features might include a small wishing well or perhaps water flowing between different levels of pots or stones. A fountain is also a popular choice, as is a pool of water that is filled by a water spout.
Water features can range in size from items that will neatly fit onto a patio table to huge features that send water shooting into the air or water running down a waterfall. There is such a degree of choice available that it would be perhaps impossible to list them all.
If you are thinking of adding a water feature to your garden you need to first look at the space available. Then check your surrounding garden design. Contemporary garden features will not suit a traditionally styled feature. Next, you need to work out how you are going to get the electricity supply to the feature to power the pump. When you have considered all these three questions, why not have a look at the great choice available online. There are many different types of water feature available that suit many different types of garden.