Water feature from a discarded salad bar

January 31st, 2009 in member junk     
Faeryhollow Faeryhollow, member
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This water garden is made from an old salad bar container discarded from a school cafeteria. I lined it with landscape fabric, filled the bottom with pea gravel, and stacked field rocks around the sides. I place potted water plants in it in the summer, and there's always frogs in it serenading us and eating the bugs. It can be drained through the drain plug in the bottom.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, garden, water feature

Comments (6)

MimiToria writes: Very innovative! What a great backyard, and also a tease to us freezing Minnesotans. I wonder when it will warm up? Posted: 6:38 pm on February 3rd
CreepinJen writes: Your garden looks so fun! What a great way to utilize something that would have been discarded. Your frogs are sure lucky. :) Posted: 5:37 pm on February 2nd
eliz2nd writes: your garden is enchanting makes me long for spring Posted: 8:48 pm on February 1st
LuAnn writes: Your water garden is lovely. Oh to have a place like this. Posted: 11:13 am on February 1st
suewhitney writes: Now this is truly thinking outside the box. Way to go!

Happy Junking,
Sue Posted: 8:51 am on February 1st
irishrovr writes: A lovely spot for relaxing and reflecting!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 11:53 pm on January 31st
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