Jordan Grantham of The Happy Homebodies and her husband transformed two ordinary flower pots into a bubbling fountain for their patio. Make your own flower pot fountain with any two pots — one larger than the other — a water pump and landscaping rocks. Note that this fountain must be placed near an outdoor electrical outlet in order to run.
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This DIY flower pot fountain is beautiful and budget-friendly. With a $20 fountain pump kit, Jordan Grantham of The Happy Homebodies used two terra cotta pots and river rock to create a Tuscan-inspired design for a deck. Note that this fountain must be placed near an outdoor electrical outlet in order to run.