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If you want to create a great oasis of peace in the garden, you should e.g. create a garden pond. Here is a guide on how to proceed.Creating a garden pond is not difficult
The garden: an oasis of calm
If you have your own garden, you can count yourself lucky. Such an oasis of calm is worth a lot, especially in today's time when everything is getting hectic. Here you can simply withdraw and let your mind wander and relax on good days with a good book or a glass of wine.
But of course there are still ways to make your garden a little bit more beautiful. For example, many people dream of having their own garden pond. To make this a reality, you should only stop dreaming, but take matters into your own hands.
Creating a garden pond - step by step instructions
Creating a garden pond is no longer rocket science today. With just a few steps, you can get everything started, because there are plenty of high-quality products in specialist shops that can be helpful. Here is a small step-by-step guide on how to proceed when creating the garden pond.
First of all, of course, it is important to find the optimal place in the garden where the pond should find its place. This should be selected so that you can see it well from the terrace, for example, and later enjoy the water. It also makes sense not to place the pond directly next to deciduous trees, otherwise you will always have problems with the leaves falling from the trees afterwards.
Once the ideal place has been found, it is practically at work. The pit must be dug and prepared accordingly. Depending on the size of the planned garden pond, you can excavate with a shovel & spade or a small excavator.
Then be sure to remove everything that could damage the pond liner. So stones, roots, wood, etc ...
As a “foundation”, you should now bring an approx. 10 - 15 cm thick layer of sand into the pit and pound it. This layer of sand is the basis for your pond. The pond liner is laid out on this.
Now the pond liner comes into play. There are pond liners with a thickness of 0.3 - 1.5 mm. I have had very good experiences with 1mm thick film. It is stable and can still be laid very well.
Very important: The film should protrude about 50 - 60 cm over the edge of the pond. Use this edge to attach the film with garden soil and stones.
Now spread up to 5 cm of gravel on the pond liner. This is your pond floor. Then you can let the water into the pond and use plants.
Once the pond has been created, you must now take care of the equipment that is to find its place in the pond.
The pump is definitely an important and very central element in the pond. Under no circumstances should you save money, but in case of doubt you should prefer a more expensive product, because the quality is of paramount importance here.
An appropriate pond filter is just as important as the pump. This ensures that the water quality always remains good and that any pond inhabitants, such as various types of fish, feel permanently at home here.
Installing such a filter is not as difficult as some may imagine. As a rule, you will receive detailed instructions with the product in the packaging, and in case of doubt you can also search the Internet for the respective model.
A great new innovation for the garden pond are solar fountains. This will bring you an attractive and lively element in the garden that doesn't even cost electricity.