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Solution for Small Spaces: Patio Ponds!

As the daughter of Mark The Pond Guy, I’ve been quite lucky growing up surrounded by awe-inspiring landscaping. My dad’s artistic eye for water features made our yard one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. So after I moved out onto my own, you can bet one of the things I miss the most is the gorgeous water features covering much of my parent’s property.

Mark The Pond Guy's Front Yard

I miss going to sleep to the sound of water, feeding the koi, and even fishing in the big “Swim Pond”. So last week I purchased a Patio Pond for my apartment balcony. I chose the 24″ European Terra Cotta Patio Pond, which is small enough to fit comfortably on my balcony, yet large enough for a water lily, some floaters, a marginal plant, and a couple goldfish. I even installed a fountain and LED light to the Patio Pond for sound and aesthetic purposes.

Heather's Patio Pond

Patio Ponds are available through The Pond Store. They’re super easy to set up and require very little maintenance!

– Heather Harp

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2 Responses

  1. I think the patio pond is cool. Great for small spaces but also good for regular patios if you don’t have the budget to have a regular-sized fountain or mini waterfall installed.

  2. I think this can also be managed in a condo balcony or apartment for people who want a bit of landscape in a very small space.

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