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How to make your own water feature from any pot, with just a few items and in very little time. Featuring Bodega Garden pottery, part of the No Mas! family. Steve demonstrates. (As originally featured on Happy Auer)

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Creative Landscaper Water Features – a relaxing look at one of Yorkshire Based Creative Landscaper’s water feature installations: www.creativelandscaper.co.uk

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Water feature was constructed with stone from site that was drilled and stacked over a 150 litre container.Pump is Pondtec 2500. Feature still needs cobbles / slate chippings adding, but was installed as part of job for Creative Gardens, who will plant around and add aggregate. www.pondguru.co.uk

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How to make a cheap water feature for the patio. Just a plastic store box, an old pump, some pots (with a hose stuck through the bottom of one) moss covered stones from the garden cover the box and support the main pot.

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Phoenix Home Services, a contractor for Northern Virginia and Washington DC, built this deck tv cabinet and pergola in Springfield, Virginia. This adult playground includes a hot tub, and a water feature. To see more projects done by Phoenix, visit www.phoenixmason.com.

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Learn how to create a bird bath in your water garden.

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Something Better Co. Rock Making & Water Features Training Course Covers All Methods From Start To Finish In Creating High End Water Features & Artificial Rocks. Covers All the Methods, Techniques and Trade Secrets used in the Synthetic Rock & Water Feature Industry as well as Our Own Exclusive Methods, and Raw Material Formulations to efficiently Construct High End Water Features, Pools, Ponds & any size scale of Realistic Fake Rocks. Covers Basic Cements, Hydraulic Cements, Hybrid Polymers, Aggregates, Synthetic Aggregates, Colorants, & Sealant options for all Application Methods. Rebar & Metal Lathe, (Strong Hollow Rocks) All Solid Fill Methods, Metal Lathe over large throw away containers, (Large Rocks, minimal material & labor) all Methods of Skeleton Stacking, Fiber Reinforced Molded Rocks & Light Weight Cliff Panels. (large amounts of square footage for minimal amounts of material & labor) Troweling, Stamping, Specialty Texturing, Sculpting Techniques, as well as our own exclusive methods of Replicating Textures & Creating Finishes that do not look man made. Covers how to create High End Finishes through the use of Specialty Material Blends, Advanced Texturing, Multi-Colored Cements & Vast options of Color Stacking Procedures.

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I got this fountain off of craigslist when the guy couldn’t sell it and threatened to destroy it with a jack hammer. I e-mailed him and said please don’t destroy it, ill take it for free and so he said to come and get it. It was set up in my back back yard from 2006 till September of 2009 when I set it up. I already had the pump from a pond I used to have.

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The Lowe’s Creative Ideas team shows how you can easily create an outdoor water fountain for your garden. Learn what materials you will need, how to hook up the water feature and what decorative touches you can add. For more creative ideas and videos like this one, visit www.Lowes.com

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