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Nice water feature with stones. Reminds us of the Jack Johnson lyric: "Well, how could we have known? I tell 'em it's not so hard to tell. If you keep adding stones And soon the water will Be lost in the well, lost in the well." On a practical note, this thing will have to be raked REGULARLY.

a shallow recirculating fountain – An Element of Modern Garden Design by architectum, via Flickr

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.

This water feature is the very essence of found object art, made as from a table leg, a rusty bucket and iron remnants, probably from an old buggy. So cute to use in the garden!!

This would be fabulous for my "woodland garden" which at present consists of a gulch that the goat has to clear of nettles and blackberries every spring. He would ADORE to clear it of hostas as well. Also hydrangeas and pretty much anything else pretty I wanted to plant there. He is both diligent and thorough.

This water feature uses no electricity and the plants help it naturally stay clean

water~ We have one of these. Not hooked up. Just for giving the garden an old-fashioned charm

Genius website! Great blend of thriller, filler, spiller, using cannas as the tallest.