Thinking of installing your very own pond? They're a great way of creating an interesting focal point, as well as attracting lots of new wildlife to your garden. Perhaps you're a little confused as to how you go about setting it up? Read on for a handy step by step guide on how you can get on with it this summer!
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If you're thinking of installing a water feature or pond this year, make sure it is safe for children to be around. It is near impossible to watch kids in the garden every second of the day, so make sure you create ways to make your feature child friendly for those moments you step away from supervision duties. Read on to find out more...
Algae can be a real nuisance in your water feature, and you may feel like you are forever cleaning it out. But for your feature to work as best as it can, there really is no compromise to putting in the maintenance time and giving it a good old clean! In this blog we share with you some good tips on how you can keep that algae growth under control...
With the weather finally starting to pick up and the sun making an appearance, why not make the most of the natural resource and use it to power your water feature, fountain or pond?
Water features and ponds should be cared for all year round to keep them in tip top condition. Most of us are very careful with our features over the winter and colder months, but it is just as important to look after it in the summer.
Don't miss out on our summer Solar Water Feature Sale! From Monday 1st August we have a brilliant selection of water features on offer with some fantastic savings! Read on to find out more...
There are many reasons you might want a water feature in your garden including lots of great health benefits! Here at UK Water Features we stock hundreds of fantastic features and ponds to help bring life to your garden!
A pond is not only a beautiful focal point of your garden for you to enjoy, it is also a fantastic feature of a garden which will attract an abundance of wildlife. Why not install a pond in your garden this summer and bring you and your family closer to nature?
Placing water features in your garden can add many benefits to your outside space, whether it be making your garden more aesthetically pleasing, adding a calming atmosphere from the trickling of the water, or attracting more wildlife to your home. Here are a few gorgeous water features from around the country, and reasons why they work so well!
Today marks the start of Oxfam Water Week! This week provides opportunities for young people to learn about water related issues and the benefits of taking action as a nation, in order to resolve the water crisis problems occurring around the globe. Read this blog to find out more about it, and also how you can get involved!