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DIY ~ Create Your Own Water Garden In A Container!

Did you know a pond isn't necessary for water gardening? You can do it in just about any container that is up to two feet deep! A container water garden is perfect for apartment balconies, patios, decks or as accents in the garden. Easy to set up and versatile, anybody can do this! Read all the details you'll need to get started at

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Got a question about this project?

  • Gabrielle Falk
    Gabrielle Falk Australia

    I think I mentioned somewhere above, that you can buy solar pumps. I bought mine from E-Bay (Sydney) and they only cost about $30. They obviously don't pump when in shade, or when a cloud goes over, but you can buy solar pumps with a back-up battery,

  • Maureenchantry

    You are probably right as I have a part time cat who prefers pond water to house wa

  • Vicki
    Vicki Smyrna, GA

    oh yes, will add nature rocks for frogs to climb in & out. i still have toad house but it seems vacancy, not used. yes, i notice gray toads using my saucers with water on my deck. the more, the better to have frogs & toads to enjoy watching them

  • IFortuna
    IFortuna Brownwood, TX

    Great pictures! I have been begging for a pond for many years. I almost bought the large planters to make a tiered water fountain but I like these best. Guess I will have to do it myself. : )

    • Barb Rosen
      Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE

      That's the way to git 'er done!! : )

  • Pmono7690
    Pmono7690 Speer, IL

    Terrific look. I have a "pond" using a wading pool, Harbor Freight solar fountain, and some fake pond lilies. The birds, rabbits, and the frogs all love it

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