5 MAJOR CONSIDERATIONS
following considerations should be made when first planning a waterfall:
You'll enjoy your waterfall most if it is located
close to your patio, deck or seating area.
2. Solid Ground
Pick a spot where the ground is stable. Avoid wet
areas and loose soil which may eventually settle.
It's best to keep waterfalls and ponds out of the shade... locate them
where they receive 5 to 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.
4. Roots &
Placing the waterfall too close to trees
will create problems with leaf debris. Tree roots may also damage your
waterfall over the years.
The waterfall pump will require a power source, so
consider how you'll run your electric lines. Check local codes for