Water features can be fountains, ponds, streams, cascades or waterfalls. Water features can bring a relaxing atmosphere to any space and are also known for their ability to increase air quality and humidity and decrease noise pollution by drowning out noise with the sound of running water.
Our desire for an aquatic scene in our gardens is probably genetic - enjoyment of being within sprinting distance of a climbable tree and copious sparkling water. Hence the evolution of the designer's favourite, the garden water feature. If you were the Duke of Marlborough, you'd have Capability Brown using your serfs to carve out artificial ponds and serpentine lakes to create your relaxing vistas, but Great Uncle Montague blew the family fortune at the bookies, so you, like the rest of us, are now constrained by size and budget.
But at Primrose, budget is not much of a constraint, and your personal taste is no constraint at all. Primrose can offer you with a vast array of classical tiered stone fountains , elegant cascading figurines, contemporary stainless steel walls, natural stone monoliths, rusting corten monstrosities and charming self-contained woodland scenes of babbling brooks and tumbling streams. Your pump can be mains-powered, or you can choose an easily-installed and put-it-anywhere solar water feature or birdbath fountain. Whatever your budget, from a £30 plastic gnome water feature to a £700 bubble fountain, at Primrose you'll have the means to please your genes.