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Burlington, MA
(Zone 6a)

February 15, 2004
4:43 AM

Post #782185

Is it possible to create a water garden by means of a deep basin pond that would force the water back up hill to a small pond at the top and cascade the water down falls back to the larger basin pond? If so how could I possibly do this?
Nashua, NH
(Zone 5b)

February 26, 2004
8:41 PM

Post #792817

I do not belive that it is possible
Seattle, WA
(Zone 8b)

February 26, 2004
9:19 PM

Post #792849

ummmm, gravety might just keep the water from wanting to flow up hill.
Ocoee (W. Orlando), FL
(Zone 9b)

March 12, 2007
3:02 PM

Post #3273210

If electricity is the issue, you can use solar pumps (there are a lot on Ebay).
Mesa, AZ
(Zone 9b)

March 12, 2007
9:50 PM

Post #3274341

No, water will seek to level itself. So if you were to attempt some sort of underground tap into a deep basin pond from a lower pond what you end up with is 2 small ponds because the deep one would basically drain into the other until they were the same level.

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