Create a lower level "room with a view" when you transform an unsightly window well into a Pondless Waterfall. Besides a gorgeous view, you'll enjoy the soothing sound of running water
when you open the window. The waterfall keeps re-circulating so no water enters the basement window. Watch the video that shows the rest of this amazing landscape. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhSZyfidz4c
Commented on Aug 29, 2012
so it is a completely enclosed system with overflow! Kewl!!!
After many years of having dogs and contending with the yellow spots in the yard I came up with this idea to make it a little nicer to look at. I first timbered off an area off the back
porch. Filled it with mulch and put in concrete pavers for the walkway. Then started planting shrubs and flowers inside the timbers and around the border of it. Made sure they were far enough away from the dogs MAIN area of use. Also put in a concrete fire hydrant for the male dog! Works great, no yellow spots. In the fall we also mulch leaves to put on top then wood mulch on that. Someone told me they decay of leaves helps to keep the smell down, it does work. Also I use the bed for starting shrub cuttings. Everything thrives in the soil. Maybe this will help others with the yellow spot problem. Have not put a roof on the back porch yet, thus the umbrella for the dogs.
Commented on May 17, 2012
The fire hydrant is a nice idea but it is not really addressing the issue. Your dog's urine
is killing the lawn because it is not a good diet for your dog thus the dog is urinating toxins which make the lawn turn yellow. Check with your vet for recommendations on food for your dog. General rule of thumb is that if it is sold in a grocery store for humans then is is probably a poor quality food. Check for a vendor who will deliver with a minimum purchase.