Create this simple pond-in-a-pot with our step by step instructions: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/how-to-plant-a-water-container-garden/

How to Plant a Water Container Garden

Create this simple pond-in-a-pot with our step by step instructions: http://www.midwestliving.com/garden/container/how-to-plant-a-water-container-garden/

Perfect Pond Plants • Lots of tips, ideas and info to help you create that perfect garden pond!

Perfect Pond Plants

Perfect Pond Plants • Lots of tips, ideas and info to help you create that perfect garden pond!

Instantanée Jardin Eau de bricolage - Caractéristiques de l'eau pour les petits jardins

Water Features for Small Gardens: How to Add Beauty, Movement, and Sound to Your Garden

Our container pond-in-pot water features start to look good now as the waterlilies and plants on the gridded shelf start to burst into life.

Container pond-in-pot water features

Our container pond-in-pot water features start to look good now as the waterlilies and plants on the gridded shelf start to burst into life.

Big ideas in little spaces: Water gardening in a small area - http://sunlandwatergardens.com/pond-talk/pond-supplies/big-ideas-little-spaces-water-gardening-small-area/

Big ideas in little spaces: Water gardening in a small area - http://sunlandwatergardens.com/pond-talk/pond-supplies/big-ideas-little-spaces-water-gardening-small-area/

Solar Powered Pond in a Pot

Solar Powered Pond in a Pot Kit with 72cm White Planter and Fountain

How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want - HomeMajestic

How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

It is a heavy glass vase I got from Old Time Pottery I inverted on some concrete blocks so they could swim in from the bottom. You have to get wet to submerge the vase and turn it up under water so the vacuum created keeps the water inside. Make sure you have a heavy glass container or the weight of the water will shatter it. (court. of Rick Brown's fb page - Riverview Flower Farm Growing Florida Friendly Plants)

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