We continue with the topic "Water in the garden" and today we propose 25 ideas how to make a waterfall in your garden. Whether in natural or artificial form, the waterfall always brings the same harmonic feeling, which can relax. No doubt the combination between the light sound of your waterfall and the view of the falling water is the best choice for a leisurely day in the garden. Take a look at some great ideas on how to make your waterfall as creative and interesting as possible!
Light the waterfall in the garden in blue!
Water lighting for your garden
Interesting figures fit very well in the uppermost part of your well or the Wassserfall in the garden.
Figures and decorations in the waterfall.
Recycling is always a good idea! Make a real source of pure water from the old pitcher, pot or bucket.
Waterfall thanks to the recycling
Waterfall from old pot
Place an old bench in the garden, especially near the waterfall, so that you can enjoy the wonderful view.
Bench over the waterfall
Chairs near the waterfall
Aquatic plants leave the feeling of purity in the garden and in memory.
Aquatic plants in the pond
Artificial waterfalls are especially creative nowadays. Be also!
Modern waterfalls in the garden pose
Rich flora is never superfluous!
Diverse flowers cover the waterfall
Flowers on the waterfall island
Beautiful flowers in the garden over the waterfall
Flowers along the waterfall in the garden
A very practical stone waterfall for small gardens.
Zen in the waterfall for the garden
Practical waterfall for the garden
Detours and paths along the waterfall river make the direction clear. To the full relaxation! What's even better is a stone bridge that connects your house with your garden.
A path along the waterfall
Waterfall of stone
Or do you shape your waterfall in steps?
Waterfall as connected troughs
Stones form the waterfall wall
Beautiful landscape of rocky waterfall
Stairy waterfall next to the garden
Your waterfall could be a whole wall!
Wall in the form of waterfall
Of course, here we have illustrated only a small part of the most viable options that you could choose for your garden. The other is in your hands!