Garden ponds are a great addition to your garden; they’re beautiful and relaxing. But they may be expensive if you hire a professional to build one for you. Fortunately, you can build one from scratch without spending a ton of money.
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According to Susan who created this beautiful pond waterfall, the estimate that she got ranged from $4000 to $5000. But would you believe that this water feature only cost her a fraction of that price? Plus, this DIY pond design doesn’t require any complicated methods to complete, which is perfect for beginners.
DIY Tire Pond
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If you have an old tire and a shovel, you can easily do this DIY pond design. With some digging and creativity, you can turn your old tire, that’s probably never going to be used, to something that creates a relaxing spot in your garden. If you’re thinking about getting started, here’s what you need: old tractor or car tires, rocks of different sizes, tarpaulin-like material, a few buckets of sand gravel, pond filter, and a regular shovel.
Garden Pond and Deck
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This DIY pond design can be built by a beginner. It doesn’t require complex skills and expensive tools, but it would take you a couple of days to get it done. It will take a lot of digging and assembly, but this serene water feature is going to be a great addition to your garden.
The great thing about this patio pond is that you can place it anywhere you like. There’s no digging involved and all you need is a container to hold the water. In the video above, AquascapePonds will show you how easy it is to complete.
Build a Pond and Waterfall This Weekend
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If you’re in for some digging and shopping, you can definitely build this pond on a weekend. This DIY pond design is perfect if you don’t have a garden. The pond design can turn your regular yard into a beautiful outdoor space. This DIY pond design includes 2 phases, so be sure to read both parts.