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Soothing Bubbling Garden Fountain - This soothing bubbler is part of an entry garden for a home on the island of Oahu. Its 30-inch-wide glazed and sealed stoneware bowl (find similar ones for around $100) is fitted with a small bubbler pump (from $20; Because the bubbler does little more than stir the water, there’s no need for a reservoir beneath the bowl.

Raised beds, collecting rainwater as well. - perhaps tiered beds can have a French drain at the end that catches excess water run off from the rain. It would be a larger area to collect rain water and would only be extra If the other plants were all watered.

visited Broughton Grange (designed by Tom Stuart Smith) last year. The weather was shit (this is England after all), but the garden was gorgeous. Well worth the visit!

water feature that is very similar to what I want, I'm so close....!

this into the long reflecting pool into the infinity pool recycled back to this water fall.......... too much ?? naa!!

Spherical Water Feature. Thinking I can try this with the bell pump, a plastic kids ball with LEDs inside. Possibly a dark colored ball with a hole pattern for the multi-colored light to shine out through...

Use the lion head fountain on a 4x4 and cast our own cement trough to act as a separator on one end of flagstone patio

Zen water feature -- Curated by: Blue Valley Aquatic Landscapes | 300 sigalet road Lumby BC v0e 2g6 | 250-547-2525

Sunnyland Gardens: The Annenberg Estate~

a hose, a tub and a drain leading back outside of into a flower box? Good way to wash off my hands. As long as I remember it may not be potable.

Water feature; pump antique; [we have this in our garden and aim to replace the barrel with a water feature running down the garden; we can then sit on the swing lounger and look up at the water trickling towards us; and I can sit and dangle my feet into the pool! That's our garden project for 2012]

Stairway Fountain An understated fountain is incorporated into the stairs and path of a paved walkway, creating the element of surprise. A boulder anchors one end of the stream, while at the other end, a basin captures the water, recycling it back to the rock. Advertisement