Rocky Mountain WaterScape's Garden Kaleidoscope


If you are into garden art of any kind, this unique Kaleidoscope will go perfectly next to your pond, pondless waterfall or stream. It adds a touch of whimsy, besides being a stunning sculpture. Changing the flowers regular or planting in the basin will delight your family and guests!
The kaleidoscope looks great next to this stream!
Looking down the Kaleidoscope!
Looking down the Kaleidoscope!
Looking down the Kaleidoscope!
Looking down the Kaleidoscope!
At the Colorado Garden and Home Show
Check this out, soooo beautiful!

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  • Karen howell
    on Mar 13, 2013

    Thank you so much for the pictures. Can you tell us what the plants are and how to lay them out. Karen

  • Rocky Mountain WaterScape
    on Mar 14, 2013

    The flowers are mums. We put them in any order in the bowl that comes with the Kaleidoscope. Just making sure that the kKaleidoscope barrel doesn't touch them. Pointsettias might e beautiful at Christmas, too!

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