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Mouchet, Paulette
January 2012
American Rose;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p26
The article discusses the two main types of water features in the garden, namely water gardens and fountains. It says that the fountain category is comprised of wall fountains, bubbling urns and rocks, stand-alone fountains and whiskey barrel type fountains, wherein a small pump carrier water to the top and then flows down into a small catch basin at the bottom. The author adds that a water garden is a decorative body of water, which is usually stocked with live plants.


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