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Very Cool New AquaRock Bubbler Fountain Kits

March
13th
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Aquascape has just announced a brand new complete AquaRock Bubbling Fountain Kit using Natural Stone that can be used either as a focal point in your garden or in a stand-alone Container Vase.  The video above shows the ten easy steps for installing this water feature into your landscape for under $100!   

  

  The Aqua Rock Fountain Kit can be put in a decorative pot for indoor or patio use as well as in the garden and installs in less than 30 minutes with only a shovel.    

 The pump is designed to make a 2-3 inch water spout which provides a rich sound of bubbling water.
 
The bucket is self filling in wet climates where rain fall is higher.
 
Each rock is 100% natural making every one unique and different. A piece of art.
 
Water continuously recycles through the underground bucket.
 
The perforated lid on the bucket allows water to drain into the bucket but keeps out dirt and silt so the pump will never clog.

Included in every AquaRock Fountain Kit:
1. Five Gallon Bucket
2. Perforated Lid
3. 130 GPH Pump
4. Vinyl Hose
5. Plastic Liner
6. Natural Rocks with Holes
7. Instructions
    

It can even be used in a stand-alone decorative vase of your choosing either inside or outside on your patio as shown in the video above.    

Please use the Coupon Code – rockblog - in the Coupon Code Box at Check-out to get a 10% discount    

AquaRock Garden Installation Steps


date Posted on: Saturday, March 13th, 2010 at 2:54 am
Category Pond Products.
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  • Barb McNamer

    Love this site. Thanks for the cool Ideas and instructions.

  • nikki knowles

    were can i get it? live in portage indiana

  • http://thepondoutlet.com PondMeister

    We have them on our site at http://www.thepondoutlet.com/home/tpo/page_4072_128/aquarock_fountain_kit_by_aquascape.html
    No tax in Indiana and we ship from our Chicago warehouse.

  • http://tlta29@aol.com Tim

    Your video on how to install the fountain in the ground is different in step 6 than your illustrations. Which way is correct?

  • http://thepondoutlet.com PondMeister

    Hi Tim,
    Best to call Aquascape directly at 866-877-6637 and they can help you.
    Hope this helps,
    Richard