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The name of the plant is "Horse tail reed". It needs plenty of water and sun!
running water. but more natural looking container.
use of water feature with bamboo
like the cascading fountain with all the tall reed grasses. Cascading fountains loose less water and i like the sound
A trickling or cascading fountain like this one loses less water to evaporation than one in which water is sprayed up into the air.
A non hedge green wall. Looks great with water feature.
Even in a small area of monochromatic planting, like the one surrounding this trough water feature, plant height and foliage form are important.Here the tall, dark green spikes of horsetail (Equisetum spp) perfectly contrast the low, scrabbling growth of the fluorescent lime-green Ipomoea.
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
How does your water supply feed to the center? Does it flow to both ends?
Such a clever design for a water feature!
It has a pump that pushes water up to middle of the table and flows over to both ends. The water is then recirculated up through the middle of the table. Hope that helps!
fresco meals with their family. They also wanted a water feature in the courtyard that could be heard from every common room in the house. So a combination of the two goals in one structure was a good fit for the home owners. The height of the water drop is tall enough that the falls can be heard in
The table with the running water
Water feature to help noise and table
Cooooool table water feature. Add river rock in the crevice! Maybe add wave shape
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
We need a water element in the yard
Love this water feature
Interesting water element
Back yard water feature
Tuscany water fall outdoor
Don’t forget: Let in pleasant ambient sounds, from birds chirping outside to a soothing water feature. Calming music in the background, high enough to hear but low enough to not overwhelm, can do wonders, Nakkach says.
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Does this pond require a water filter? pump?
i have a customer that want us to build them the same part as the middle of the fountain. How would we pass the electrical through the wall basin, for submersible pump ? by the way i love your design of the water fountain! great job!
catch water, and will mortar 2 rows of brick edging around it. I thought about doing it in all in concrete but wanted greater flexibility and thought it was probably overkill to do the whole thing in concrete. I'm also curious if you incorporated a drain at the bottom and if built it to contain fish
possibly expand to water surrounding water feature - like the round water pool
viria storm waters -ideas for a small
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
back right corner water feature pouring
love the sound of running water.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape ArchitectureSaveEmail Looking for more river-like water features to inspire you? Water falleth from it. The backyard
Style Secret: Water FeaturesJapanese style emphasizes strong connections with nature, and water — from bubbling fountains to rushing streams — helps to create a tranquil atmosphere. Whether they're in an interior room or an exterior living space, water features also bring a subtly dramatic note that
features to inspire you? Water falleth from it. The backyard water experience doesn't have to stop with a single water feature. Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture married a waterfall with a hot tub. Water generously flows into a thick pile of pebbles to delight the eyes and ears, even when the hot
I have seen cattle feed troughs and water troughs done this way. There's different sizes, won't have to worry about sharp edges. In this area we have Scruggs tractor supplies that would have
Water troughs. Use as table/storage base? Benches for eating area if rectangular or just cover frames?
New organic plant containers Get rid of the grass and replace with containers
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Check the SoilThe best way to tell if a plant needs water is to feel the soil. If the first inch or so of soil is dry to the touch and the plant has average water requirements, it’s time to water. If the plant
Galvanized steel containers are imaginative and edgy, lending a sculptural quality to arrangements. This lightweight material wears well, making it a clever choice for a container garden.
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Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from cables on a ceiling beam. Since the chickens love to scratch around and kick up the pine shavings on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent
on the floor, Dalley raised their food containers to keep the space tidy. The double-wall water container uses vacuum pressure to keep the water level consistent. During the frigid Nevada winters, Dalley puts an electrical heat base on the container so the water won't freeze
on the container so the water won't freeze.
High nesting perches, where chickens love to sleep, go down the back wall on a diagonal. The bottom perch is close enough to the nesting box that the chickens can hop in easily. Galvanized metal water and food containers hang from
Banyon Tree Design Studio
They are water troughs, we did choose to put holes in the bottom for drainage and run irrigation up through the holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting soil specially formulated for edibles.
Te name of these container are stock tank. I spent about 1h30 to find what the name are to simplify my search
They are water troughs, we did choose to put holes in the bottom for drainage and run irrigation up through the holes. The containers are filled with soil--a good organic potting
These stock tanks typically used to feel farm animals make chic containers to grow crops.
Banyon Tree Design Studio and fill galvanized troughs (yes, the kind livestock drink from) with soil and compost, and use them as containers to plant your seeds.