Edging for your water feature..

Rock and stone for your water feature.

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Edging for your water feature

 

 

Rock and Stone for your water feature

 

Edging materials add the finishing touch to a pond, stream, or waterfall. Enhance the aesthetic appeal of a natural looking feature by concealing the exposed edges of the liner. Use edging to protect the pond liner from the harsh effects of the sun. A slightly raised edge protects the pond from water runoff from the surrounding landscape. A concrete edge along a stream doesn’t look natural. Instead consider hiding the liner edge under a ledge of soil topped with a combination of rocks and plants for the most natural look. Placing large flat topped rocks at strategic points along the stream provides steps as well as seating. A grouping of various size rocks looks natural. If you have a large pond with a flexible liner, try creating a gently sloping pebble beach along one side, which allows wildlife to wade and bath or wash in the shallow water. Choose rocks indigenous to your area, buy rocks that blend natural with the local terrain. Stabilize rocks or stones with mortar and reinforcing materials so the overhanging rocks are less likely to fall into the pond. Also consider placing some stones partly submerged in the water.

 

 

 

 

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