copper art sprinkler bases made
with 2 quart and 5 quart ice cream pails.
for pools and ponds.
#10-24 threaded rod (bend 90d at the bottom) in a 2 quart or 5 quart
ice cream pail and fill it with quick-crete for placement in a pond or
The 2 quart container would be adequate for short sprinklers in shallow water. Use the 5 quart pail for most others.
These aren't good alternatives for the 4 pronger, as they only work where it's level. Click on pictures to enlarge.
|Susan M. of Lenexa, KS suggests a different method; "A flower pot base where the base is filled with concrete topped by stones or something decorative. Use a pot with the sides cut out for plants, or cut a hole in the side of the clay pot and put the hose connection on the outside. In this way, the pot/sprinkler could be placed on a patio, porch, or deck space without having to use the prong bases. I'm sure there'd be more cost and work involved, but for those container gardeners a good option."|
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