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Old 02-25-2012, 08:10 PM
 
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Who would be selling reasonably priced disappearing fountains in Houston area?

The key words are "reasonably priced". I know the following 2 places:

Nelson Water Gardens & Nursery‎
1502 Katy Fort Bend Road
Katy, TX 77493
(281) 391-4769
This shop specializes in fountains. But the 4ft disappearing fountain woudl cost (600 pot + 400 pump and basin + 500 installation) $1500. This is not exactly reasonably prices IMO.

Lynn's Landscaping Inc & Water Garden Center
2060 Pecan Orchard Road, League City, TX
(281) 332-4651
They too have some fountains, but not as many as Nelson's. The price is similar.

Home Depot and Lowes have some 1.5-2 ft inexpensive fountains for around $200.

Who else?

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Old 02-25-2012, 09:47 PM
 
Location: Westbury
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looks like a nice pot flipped upside down, some minor drilling and a fountain kit

just googled it - bunch of DIY pages saying it can be done under $100
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Old 02-28-2012, 05:01 AM
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I looked around a ponds a few years ago. Costco had some online, as well as Amazon. Check out Enchanted Gardens at 723 and 359. Also I remember another nursery on 359 just north of 90 - don't remember the name, but it was just to the right (if heading north on 359). I also looked at DIY. For what I wanted to do, the pump alone was almost $100. I think my total DIY costs came to around $300.
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