Two ponds linked by a rill, Hampshire.

These two ponds have fitted in well to this sloping garden.  Wild flower turf was used around the ponds and to create a wild flower meadow on the land above the ponds.

This is a sloping site which we were able to use to great effect to create these two linked ponds in Hampshire.

Sandstone slabs were used to create the uniform flow of water over the spillway. Purbeck limestone was used to retain the spillway water and for the wall.

The lower main pond is 7 metres in diameter and houses the pump that supplies water to the top pond and rill.

Follow this link for an explanation of building a natural pond. 

The images below show how we completed the brief    (click on expanded image for slideshow)

Site of pond prior to construction.

This picture, taken from a similar viewpoint, shows the end result.

This shows the top pond and newly laid wildflower turf.

From the same viewpoint this shows the well developed wildflower turf a few weeks later.

Slate spillway and dry stone wall of Purbeck stone.

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Our work covers a broad range of subjects including pond building, lake construction, pond and lake restoration, pond maintenance, pond repairs, pond decking and other water-based landscaping projects in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Salisbury, Andover, Winchester and Newbury.