10 Backyard Pond Waterfall Ideas You'll Absolutely Love — Kevin Szabo Jr Plumbing - Plumbing Services│Local Plumber│Tinley Park, IL
Garden Pond Waterfall Ideas Every Backyard Needs Every home needs to have a waterfall pond in their backyard. Since most of us are going to be stuck at home for the rest of the Summer, due to Covid-19, why not add an appealing feature to your backyard that will bring joy into your life? It doesn’t
76 Backyard and Garden Waterfall Ideas
Use old ‘washtub’ planters and unwanted (or unusable) spigots to run your pump and create waterfalling features that are sure to wow. Built into a hillside, or planned as a stand alone, this is a weekend project that is doable for the most waterfall challenged amongst us!
Unexpected Beauties: Galvanized Tubs and a Pool Pump Turned Planter
There are few things in this world I enjoy more than gardening and breathing new life into things that most people would consider old junk bound for the landfill. When I saw a stacked galvanized tub planter on Pinterest, I knew I had to make one of my own. We have old galvanized tubs sitting around our house that used to serve as dog bowls. I dragged them out of storage and drilled some drainage holes in them, then I used an old rusty piece of rebar to anchor them all together. After a…
Water Feature Project: How To Build A Terra Cotta Fountain
We all have some terra cotta planters that we’ve failed to upgrade or use for our plants. Because the pots are inexpensive and widely available, they do tend to pile up. But the clever DIY enthusiast knows better than to throw them away. Do you have spare terra cotta pots in your garden? You can turn these pots into a water feature you can add to your outdoor space or garden. Assembling a fountain might sound like a DIY project for the experts, but by starting with small terra cotta pots you…