DIY Water fountains
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A cool spot in the garden
Secret garden, flowing water, lotus flower and plants.
Here is a great, 1/2 day DIY project that looks amazing. Put in a disappearing fountain. Find a suitable sized pot and a location. Get a small basin from a home improvement store or your local nursery and dig a hole 2 in" larger than the diameter of the basin. Make sure it is level and backfill with the dirt from the hole. Get an inexpensive connection kit and a small pump. Place the pot on a cinder block, check for level, assemble the connection kit to the pot and the pump, fill w/water, enjoy!
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An idea for a shady spot in your garden: fountain, astilbe & hostas. Dig a hole, line with thick plastic, 2 cinder blocks hold up the rock. Buy a rock with a hole already drilled. Pump is hidden in the back under the water in an orange home depot bucket. Clear plastic tubing runs from pump up to the top of the hole. Plug pump in a timer. Line inside and outside with flat rocks. Cover electrical with mulch. Voila DIY fountain. (except the rock, need a bobcat to place on cinder blocks.)
Tabletop fountain – Canadian Home Workshop
Affordable DIY Fountains for Your Landscape Within just a couple of hours, you can add the beautiful sight and sound of running water in your landscape. A small...