Water enhancements in gardens are fast becoming the most popular landscaping trends. Setting up garden waterfalls in your garden is a great idea. Garden waterfalls are used mainly for two reasons: highlight a particular garden and become the main focal point, or be a standalone piece. Many people confuse garden waterfalls with fountains. Fountains are usually created by a pump that pushes water in an upward or outward movement, creating a trickle-down effect. A waterfall can also be created with a pump, but the water flows rather than shoots out or up. Some garden waterfalls are natural and are created from springs and natural water reserves. A garden waterfall definitely offers a gorgeous spectacle of natural visuals. As the water lands into the pond, a subtle mist can form, as well as ripples that create an effect on the pond water below. Lighting effects can be added to a garden waterfall by installing LED or multiple colored lights that can highlight the waterfall at night. The landscape of a garden waterfall can involve boulders and rocks, as well as bog plants such as fern.