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Johnston Design Group
9 Reviews
Mountain Park Green Home
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for in the back by garden shed
where can I purchase a rain barrel like this that really looks like an old barrel?
love the rain barrel and the rain chain.
touch. Nestle your barrel into a bed or rocks and grow vines around it for a natural look.
Save Water1. Add a rain barrel. Setting up a rain barrel can be quite easy, and you'll save money on your water bill — I mean, it's free water. The rain barrel here uses an ornamental rain chain to collect water
any aluminum downspout can be cut and angled to rest atop a rain barrel. Make sure the barrel has a screen cover to filter out debris and prevent any wildlife from dropping in. While you're out there, check to make sure none of your garden hoses are leaking — just as with a dripping faucet, you'd be
“Rainwater harvesting” — mullinob
Landforms
11 Reviews
Creative Drainage Solutions
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This is a rain garden. We wanted to utilize the rainwater off of this expansive roof. So we installed a large rain barrel. When it gets full it overflows into this rain garden Landforms Inc.
pottery style rain barrel who makes it?
I like this clay rain barrel as a way to capture water and recycle into garden :-)
rain barrel for kitchen garden- terra-cotta
I like the water storage tank for the garden at hand.
love the rain water catch basin idea.
Rain collection - landform in Michigan
drainage solutions large rainwater barrel design
I love the idea of a rain garden/rain catcher
In general. Assuming you’ll be purchasing an aboveground barrel or tank and installing it yourself, the
purchasing an aboveground barrel or tank and installing it yourself, the cost can be quite low. It basically comes down to the material of the barrel you select, plus the diverter and filter accessories. Often you will find all the necessary attachments sold in the same place as the barrels, in a kit for an extra
“Big plantar for rain barrel” — melnowell
Tim Cuppett Architects
12 Reviews
updates
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back yard houses herb garden, tool shed, rain barrel, and a clothesline that connects to the laundry room window. photo by Alec Hemer.
I am in Austin as well & love this space. Is the rain barrel custom or purchased? Thanks so much!
boxwood around garden plots, rain collection
Clothesline, water tank, shed, small garden
info provided: back yard houses herb garden, tool shed, rain barrel, and a clothesline that connects to the laundry room window
Tool shed or banya? Water barrel a good idea and resembles a silo. The tidy little garden squares boxed in by hedge.
tool shed, rain barrel, clothesline connected to laundry room window
neat look for backyard - climbing trellis - garden plots edged by boxwood - garden shed
“Clean design, small sq beds, cottage looking.” — Sarah Miller
Native Edge Landscape
12 Reviews
Crestview
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Source for this rain barrel? Thank you.
Do you have 'plans' for building the rain barrel base? Tks. S
I can see how it is bolted together but what does the barrel sit on? Many thanks for any help!
post, and vice versa in order to achieve the flush facade. The Rain Barrel (55 gallon drum) sits on the horizontal 4" x 4" posts, the vertical posts are notched on the inside corners in order to create a snug fit against the rain barrel, and act as a brace. The Cedar posts have also been sealed to withstand
We actually ordered this from a local company that specializes in rain barrels and tanks! http://austingreenwater.com/
I like the idea of a rain barrel, just not this style.
Use a rain barrel to catch
THIS IDEA OF USING A RAIN BARREL TO CATCH WATER FOR USE IN THE GARDEN
“rain water harvesting” — sheebae
Gardens by Gabriel
7 Reviews
Artful Water Catchment
Ideabooks1,193
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Surrounded by papyrus, this brightly-colored rain barrel is the finishing touch on a water-wise garden in Grover Beach, CA.
Where did you ge that great rain barrel?
It's so nice looking! Unlike the ones that look like big barrels-o-monkeys...
Rain Barrel is from Gardeners.com, phone # is 802-660-3505. Happy hunting!
"Surrounded by papyrus, this brightly-colored rain barrel is the finishing touch on a water-wise garden "
Rain barrel in the garden that looks like it belongs.
This would blend with garden style
Blend it in. If you'd rather your rain barrel blend in, tuck it
addition, try using a rainwater collecting system to store water for use in your garden; or for a bigger investment, you could even have solar panels installed on your house.
“Roof water collection for watering garden and possibly toilets too?” — rachelburrell
Root Design Company.com
Scenic
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did you build that rain barrel?
How do we use grey water for food garden?
rainfall is there?If you have regular rainfall, you can afford to have a smaller tank than areas where rainfall is very seasonal. During torrential rains, smaller tanks will overflow, losing all that precious water which would have been collected by a larger tank and stored for dry times. Check out this
“Rock raised garden boxes” — hdobson
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
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different look for a rain barrel
water directed from the guttering via a spriggot out let.. into a large pot/container with pebbles. Underneath it is attached to a drainage pipe to direct the over flow to the garden or pipes”
Nice rain barrel with scrollwork spigot
Can this be done to save rain water for flour beds?
cover the top of a rain collector with stones -clean-
On a similar vein, consider turning a fountain into a rain barrel. The scrollwork spigot could easily be attached to a downspout and you could add a hose end to the bottom of the pot. Hidden pipework is an added expense but worth it for the final look.
“sirve de filtro para el agua de lluvia y lleva al tanque almacenaje a la vez que es adorno.” — Josefina Arce
Jason Snyder
Pittsburgh Garden Tour
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Need. Rain barrels for the yard
We need to set up some rain barrels!
Art, Edibles and Community Make Magic in a Pittsburgh Garden
there are many different kinds and qualities of plastic barrels, so it may serve you well to check consumer reviews first.
plastic barrels, so it may serve you well to check consumer reviews first.
splitters, and so on to build your rain-fed sub-surface irrigation system.
rain barrels with spigots to fill watering can
The garden continues to thrive with the help of community donations. A local Whole Foods store donated these rainwater collection barrels.
“plastic” — kah6364e
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