An overhead view reveals the pathway encircling and dissecting the pond. The Pond Guy™ wants visitors to appreciate all views of his personal sanctuary (that's his dad getting ready to feed the fish from the deck).
Waterlilies hug a peninsula populated with rocks and vegetation.
These magnificent waterlilies are named "Pink Grapefruit." The name suits them well, don't you think?
A variety of waterlilies mingle peacefully beneath a rocky waterfall. The waterfalls provide beneficial aeration, critical for maintaining water quality and clarity.
These bright, yellow waterlilies add spots of sunshine on an overcast day.
The house and pond are blended seamlessly to create true, waterfront living. You can actually feed the fish from the window!
Father and son enjoy many special moments in their backyard habitat. Who needs to go on vacation when paradise is in your own backyard?
'Pink Grapefruit' grow to a healthy size when fertilized properly ... waterlilies tend to be voracious eaters.
Mossy rocks provide a textural backdrop for the cool waters spilling into a gravel bed, softened by iris.
The Pond Guy™ is passionate about improving the quality of life of those around him by introducing them to the water garden lifestyle. His company, Aquascape, Inc., is located in St. Charles, Illinois ... the Water Garden Capital of the World.
More information about Aquascape and living the water garden lifestyle is available at http://www.aquascapeinc.com/.
* Linking up with How Sweet the Sound for Pink Saturday!