Outdoor Water Features: 16 Easy-to-Build Projects For Your Yard and Garden

No one can deny the power and attraction of water features. And it's never been easier for gardeners to add the sparkle and serenity of water to their own landscapes. Garden centers and flower shows throughout North America provide both the tools and the inspiration; this book will give readers the know-how.

Projects range from simple to more advanced. Readers can choose among a classic wall-mounted fountain spout, a traditional or contemporary cascade and garden pond, an authentic Japanese-style bamboo water pump, witty water sculptures, and more. With 16 projects in all, this book has something to offer all tastes, budgets, and abilities.

Each project is accompanied by clear, step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, plus helpful tips and techniques. Also included is a list of tools and materials. Whether readers imagine a container bog garden, a romantic millstone fountain, or a cascade, this book will help them make it a reality.

Twitter on Water Features
RT @Minervity: How To Create a Realistic Water Text Effect - http://bit.ly/jSEdX - by fadjri (fadjri mohammad)

I love my house's charming period features... except the 'heated by an open fire' and 'bathing in a sink of warm water' parts. Those suck! - by Annas_Kitchen (Anna Pawlow)

Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Landscape Projects: *Natural Landscape Design * Eco-friendly Water Features * Ha… http://amzn.to/h3jL4J - by HomeBooks (New Home Books)

@haileyjedminor OMG it can be a joint wedding with antiques and water features.. IN A GARDEN its meant to be :') xx - by Mollie_Dollie (Molly Haynes)

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