The Owner-Built Landscape: Illustrated Book of Pond and Waterfall Construction
Based on an actual pond and waterfall installation and lavishly illustrated with high quality photographs, the The Owner-Built Landscape: Illustrated Book of Pond and Waterfall Construction will give you the knowledge and confidence to undertake your own water garden installation.
Each step of the pond and waterfall construction is explained in concise language… both the how and the why. Over forty detailed photographs illustrate the process…you’ll learn that successful water gardens are available to anyone who can use a shovel and follow directions. It’s not rocket science!
“It was great. I learned more from it than all the books that I’ve purchased. More than any other website too!!! Thank you!
Table of Contents:
Alternate Filtering Methods
Rock and Gravel
Planning and Layout
Install the Biological Filter
Install Liner and Underlayment
Rocking the Pond
Building the Waterfall
Frequently Asked Questions
Rocking the Pond
“I enjoyed the pond book immensely. The text was very informative and well-written. I found the pictures to be clear and very helpful.”
Way to Grow Gardening Services
Willow River, BC Canada
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Building the Falls
“Dan, your ebook is very well written. It not only explains what is needed for building a pond, it also explains why those things are needed. That puts the whole project into perspective and is very valuable to the planning process.Thank you very much.”
Mountain View, Missouri
“We are enjoying the ponds and the plants, fish are also. The birds enjoy bathing and drinking in in the streams and our 4 English Springer Spaniels use it for a watering hole or just to go in and cool off. Already have several “baby fish” and at least two resident frogs.
Thanks for all your help.”
About Dan Eskelson
Dan has had his hands in the soil for most of his adult life as a gardener, landscaping contractor, golf course superintendent and landscape designer. When the ground freezes, he builds websites, produces video and plays the hammered dulcimer. Full bio here.