A pool waterfall in your garden: something that many people dream of and which few people know how to realize. It is often thought of gigantic waterfalls, which occupy many square meters. People also immediately think of the price tag – and indeed, ready-to-use waterfalls are often quite expensive. There are many misunderstandings about the purchase and the construction of a waterfall in your garden. For example, you can also make a waterfall yourself. How? We explain that here, with a few examples of the end result!
Make a waterfall yourself
There are roughly two types of waterfall that you can make yourself. The first waterfall is the ‘natural’ waterfall. This is made with a beautiful stream bed, a sloping course and usually with a pond as a spout. This waterfall is particularly beautiful and especially suitable for the somewhat larger garden. If you have limited space, if you have less money available or if you are looking for a more suitable design for a modern garden, then you choose the straight wall waterfall. The water runs straight down over a wall of glass or natural stone. You can make both variants yourself and both variants are as expensive as you want. It mainly depends on the size of the waterfall and the materials you use whether your waterfall is expensive or not.
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This beautiful stream / waterfall in your garden gives peace and a friendly, soft chatter. It is easy to make, but getting rid of the pump requires some attention. A brilliant example of a natural waterfall. Especially the finish is important – stones that remove the edges and some beautiful plants do this nicely. A natural waterfall can also be small, like this small, steep waterfall. Talk to the neighbors, because the steeper the waterfall the more noise!
Making a waterfall yourself is not difficult at all – and even easier if you opt for this simple metal version. The metal automatically guides the water into a beautiful curve. If you really have a small garden, a mini water trap is also very cute. In any case, this will cost you little carry-on – and with the bonsai trees it looks beautiful and natural. A waterfall with a pond is also very beautiful. Especially if you also create an appropriate space around it, for example by separating it from the rest of the garden. A waterfall does not necessarily have to follow a straight line. This round water basin also provides a beautiful spectacle of rippling water.