Revolutionary New Pond

By: Gerry

Adding a watercourse to your pond just became a whole lot easier, with Algreen’s newest innovation. In the past, adding a watercourse to your preformed pond typically involved purchasing a secondary preformed pond and manually connecting it to your main pond. This usually involved the drilling of holes into your secondary tier, and the use of tubing to divert the water flow from one pond into the other. Not only did this method involve quite a bit of labour, but it also left a length of exposed black PVC tubing, which was not easy to conceal through the use of plants and landscaping.

As you can clearly see, it used to be quite a headache to add a watercourse to your pond.

Until now. Algreen has recently developed a new two-in-one preformed pond shell, the Derrilstone, which combines both a preformed pond and a spillway into one unit. The Derrilstone allows the beginner water gardener to quickly add a secondary tier to his/her pond by connecting the pond pump directly to its water intake nozzle (situated on the front side wall of the spillway). As the Derrilstone fills up with water, the water overflows and trickles over the built-in spillway. If placed directly over the main pond, the spillway can create an enchanting cascading water effect.

 

The Derrilstone pond is constructed from a durable and weather-resistance 1/4" thick plastic, and is 39" wide, 26" long, and 14" tall. It comes in two colors: granite rock, and volcanic rock (black), and includes a 1" water-intake fitting that is strategically placed at the lip of the pond. The placement of the water-intake is attentively placed near the top of the pond so that the water will not drain, if your pump ever stops running.

If you’re looking for an easy and quick way to add a watercourse to your pond, the Derrilstone is the pond for you. Just purchase the pond, hook it up to your pumpHealth Fitness Articles, and enjoy the serene sounds of trickling water from your backyard waterscape.

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