Cadillacs, Mopeds and Octopi


Waterscapes
After reading that title, you may be asking yourself, “What could these three things possibly have in common?” They all have to do with big mistakes in pond and water-feature construction.   More
 
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 DAVE JONES

After the Hole is Dug...


Waterscapes
You have a new customer who wants you to build them a pond for their backyard. You dig out the area, throw in a liner, fill it with water and then it’s a pond, right? Not even close. There’s a lot more to building a pond; in fact, digging the hole is the easiest part.   More
 
Friday, May 16, 2014 DAVE JONES

Sustainable Rainwater Harvesting


Eco-Green Sustainable Landscapes
The new Center for Sustainable Landscapes is one of the world’s first certified living buildings, complete with green roof, and will generate all of its own energy while capturing and treating all onsite water. Aquascape Inc. in St.   More
 
Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Basic Pond Building


Waterscapes
Trying to put the basics about building a pond into one short article is very difficult, to say the least. However, in an effort to keep it concise, I’ve broken it down to 15 points that you should keep in mind when building a pond..   More
 
Thursday, March 14, 2013

Spring Cleaning: Assures The Health of Water Features


Waterscapes
Spring Cleaning Spring Cleaning Assure the Health of Water Features By Patrick Simmsgeiger The summertime beauty and function of a pond, lake or water feature can be seriously    More
 
Monday, March 1, 1999

Pumping Stations


Irrigation
When we think of a pump station, we’re usually thinking of water purveyors who are pumping water so your home can have potable water for drinking, showering, etc. Golf enthusiasts might see pumping stations as a way to pump water from one pond to another.    More
 
Saturday, March 1, 2008 KATIE NAVARRO

Filters in the Landscape: Maintaining Irrigation Design Integrity

filtration


Miscellaneous
The continued emphasis on water control and conservation is contributing to the downsizing of irrigation emission devices, like drip or microspray irrigation, which provide pinpoint applications at very low rates.    More
 
Monday, April 21, 2008

Fabric in the Landscape


Landscape
WHAT STABILIZES SOIL, RETAINS moisture, saves on mulch, aids in filtration, reinforces and protects, and oh, yes . . . minimizes weeding? The answer is landscape fabric. Commonly known as a weed-barrier, landscape fabric isn’t just for weed control. It’s a multi-tool rolled up in a convenient, easy-to-use package.    More
 
Wednesday, May 14, 2008 ELIZABETH LEXAU

Filtering Through Pond Filtration


Waterscapes
No homeowner wants to look out their window and see green or tea-colored water in their backyard pond. This is why creating a healthy, low-maintenance ecosystem is so important to any contractor who installs water features.    More
 
Thursday, May 15, 2008 JENNIFER YURI

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