Water Gardens in a Weekend

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Sterling Pub., 2001 - Gardening - 160 pages
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A serene pool that reflects the stars, the silky sparkle of a tiered fountain, the murmur of falling water outside your window: by the end of next weekend, water features like these can grace your garden, terrace, or balcony. Whether the goal is a handsome cobble fountain or a brimming urn, count on finding complete guidance right here--from planning (with or without plants, fish, reflected light, motion, or sound) to setting up, to distinctive variations. Almost none of the projects call for any building skills, and all use easy-to-find materials, sometimes as basic as a few plants, a tub, sealant, pebbles, and a stone. Install miniature water gardens in tubs; wall, column, and ring fountains; or raised and sunken pools--affordable luxuries--in a weekend.

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