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April 12, 2002
4:42 PM

Post #26803

Baa is out of her depth ... with a waterfall.

Tomorrow morning I have to dismantle and redo a waterfall for a friend. Does anyone have any quick tips for a natural looking, gently sloping fall made with a butyl liner?

Pittsburgh, PA
(Zone 6a)

April 12, 2002
4:47 PM

Post #241619

Perhaps just simple "stepping down" of the landscaping under the liner then set flat stones on that for the water to run down on? I didn't know if you planned on doing any digging. Good luck!! "T" :)


Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)

April 12, 2002
5:28 PM

Post #241631

Baa, check out this plan from Garden Gate magazine:

April 12, 2002
9:06 PM

Post #241696

Thank you both! Good site Vols.

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