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Bubblers

If you like the sights and sounds of running water in your backyard but don’t have the space for a pond then a bubbling rock or urn is the perfect solution. Bubblers create peaceful sounds and offer beautiful visuals.

Come in a choose any of our glazed pottery

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Or a pre-drilled boulder

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And if you see a boulder you would like to use as a bubbling rock we can drill it!

Bubblers are easy to install and very low maintenance.

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You can even leave them on during the winter

Four sized kits available to accommodate whatever size bubbler you choose.

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WGN 6

Dozens of different vase sizes and colors.

We can turn any of our pots into water features.

One of our newest finishes.

One of our newest finishes.

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Use Basalt columns for a unique natural look.

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Basalt Column Water Feature

Installation 

#1 Select your location and mark the outline of the basin. Avoid low spots. Set the basin an inch or two higher than the surrounding ground to prevent runoff from entering.

#2 Excavate approximately 7-8 inches. Put a thin layer of sand down as a base, especially if the soil is rough. Level the sand bottom.

#3 Place basin in excavated hole. Make sure basin in level in all directions. Backfill all sides with sand or fine soil. Fill all voids.

#4 Carefully set feature in center of grating. Align hole in feature with hole in grate.

#5 Feed tubing through hole in feature, through grating and towards one of the four bays. Leave extra tubing for easy pump maintenance.

#6 Connect pump and tubing and place pump in bay.

#7 Place lid over pump compartment. Pump can be easily removed at any time by clearing gravel or river rock on lid.

#8 Spread decorative gravel or river rock on grating. Just enough to cover grating is all that is required. Fill with water and plug pump into a GFI protected outlet with weather cover.

Aquatic plants can be set in unused bays. Remove lid and se in bay.