Pondless Waterfalls for the Landscape

A pondless waterfall is a waterfall without the pond. You still get the wonderful sight and sound of running water in your garden without having a pond. Pondless waterfalls can be tucked into a small corner of the garden, or they can stretch across the yard. No space is too big or too small!
A small waterfall adds beauty to an unused corner of the yard.
A melodic waterfall greets visitors to the entrance of this suburban home.
A cascading waterfall draws visitors to the front door of this gracious home.
In the backyard, a pondless waterfall is turned into a twisting, turning stream.
Who doesn't want the sound of refreshing water in the yard?
A large pondless waterfall fills the space of an expansive backyard ... which means less grass to mow!

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To see more: http://www.aquascapeinc.com/pondlesswaterfalls.

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2 questions
  • John
    on Jun 3, 2017

    For a 50' or so mountain stream effect approximately what size pump would you use. Thanks, John
  • Nck29927871
    on Sep 8, 2017

    can these pondless ,be made child /dog friendly , I want one in the corner of my garden,so kids and dog can play in it ,in summer, but was worried about the stones peicing the liner,any ideas

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  • Diane Katzmark
    on Mar 21, 2015

    We have a perfect hill for this that I have often thought of doing. Can these pumps be run continuously and how costly is it to run them. Figuring a mid size pump.

  • Carmen Estela Merlano
    on May 9, 2015

    Ok, I'm a total novice!! The water goes somewhere right?

    • Aquascape Inc.
      on May 14, 2015

      @Carmen Estela Merlano Yes. There's a sub-surface reservoir that holds the water until it is recirculated back over the waterfalls.

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