"Every yard can be a home to a water feature," Bovshow says. "It doesn't matter if you have a postage stamp garden or a huge lot, because water features come in many different varieties." For example, a fountain. You can have a small bubbling urn tucked into a corner of your tiny yard, or you can have something large and baroque, with three-tiers and intricate carvings proudly displayed as a focal part in a larger yard. "The benefit, besides beauty, is that the water features will attract birds to your yard, creating a very tranquil setting and mood," Bovshow says.