You don't need a lakefront property to enjoy the benefits of backyard water. Stacked pots filled with a pump and filled to the brim produce sounds reminiscent of lapping waves. The vessels; rolled rims-and resulting cascades-amplify the sound of the water,and their coloring corresponds with a nearby begonia.
Collect three display pots and two support pots. The measurements should not matter, so long as the bases and tops correspond as shown below.
Plug the drainage hole of the largest pot with foam sealant.Place the pot on a level surface. Cut a length of 1 inch diameter flexible plastic tubing that, when inserted into a 375 gallon -per-hour pump,extends through both support pots and 6 inches above the base of the smallest display pot. Insert the tubing into the pump
Place the pump in the base pot,running power cord over the rim,toward a grounded exterior outlet. Invert the larger support pot over pump,propping it on wooden shims to allow water to flow underneath;feed the tubing through the drainage hole. Spray foam sealant around tubing to seal
Position the second display pot;feed tube through hole. Seal with foam. Repeat with the remaining support and display pots. Add a flow control valve a few inches from the end of the tube. Add water until the pots are overflowing;plug the pump into the outlet,adjusting pressure as needed