Why Add Chimes to Your Garden?

6259-5403__49093.jpg Choose simple wind chimes in order to stay away from potential clashes in decor styles. This way they will mix in perfectly wherever they are installed. When it comes to wind chimes, the sound is more significant than the look. Simple aluminum types of wind chimes often deliver a much better sound quality than those which are more beautiful. You can hang your chimes at different heights when creating your wind chime garden. For instance, setting up your wind chimes on a sundeck, in a small line of trees, or among flowers can create a beautiful outdoor environment. The sound will dance with depth across your yard every time a breeze blows through. If the aesthetic aspect to your wind chimes is significant to you, be sure to hang them in your line of vision. so you can appreciate the reflection of the rising and setting of the sun. Wind chime gardens designed of aluminum match well with stone decor, flowing water (including a waterfall or a birdbath) and evergreens.

The Easiest Way to Design the Optimal Haven Inside or Outside

One simple way to create a peaceful and relaxing area is to install a feng shui fountain. Setting up a garden or home waterfall is an easy means to make this happen. It is a beautiful addition to the decoration of any home. The best place for your outdoor fountain is a spot where you can see it from indoors too.

Make sure to include some attractive flowers and plants, as they complement any water fountain. Plants and flowers that blossom in various seasons make the ideal accompaniment. In addition, think about including other elements such as an outdoor fireplace, art, or pretty rocks.

The Biggest Water Displays Around the World

Located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the King Fahd Fountain (1985) is the highest continually-functioning fountain in the world. The water here jets up to a elevation of 260 meters (853 feet) above the Red Sea.

Coming in second is the World Cup Fountain located in the Han-Gang River in Seoul, Korea (2002) with water blasting 202 meters (663 feet).

Located next to the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri, is third placed Gateway Geyser (1995). Regarded as the highest fountain in the United States, it jets water 192 meters (630 feet) into the sky.

Next is Port Fountain (2006) in Karachi, Pakistan, where the water jets 190 meters (620 feet) high.

Number 4: On a typical day the water is limited to 91 meters (300 feet) at the Fountain Park feature in Fountain Hills, Arizona, but it is capable of pushing water up to 171 meters (561 feet) when all three pumps are working.

The Dubai Fountain made its first appearance in 2009 next to the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa. Once every 1/2 hour, this fountain begins dancing to pre-recorded songs while shooting water 73 meters (240 feet) high. It also has extreme shooters, rarely used, which go as high as 150 meters (490 feet).

Making it in the top 8 is the Captain James Cook Memorial Jet in Canberra (1970) which measures 147 meters (482 feet).

Last of all is the Jet d’Eau (1951) in Geneva, Switzerland, which measures 140 meters (460 feet).


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