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Homemade Birdbaths

Posted by love_the_yard z9A Jax FL (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 13, 11 at 9:23

Thought you might like to see the link below in the Florida Gardening forum on homemade birdbaths.

Here is a link that might be useful: Homemade Birdbaths

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RE: Homemade Birdbaths

Wonderful! Thanks for sharing. Here in NH I could just turn over the basins for the winter. Love the first one with the plant in the middle and the two side baths.

RE: Homemade Birdbaths

I got so caught up in the Homemade Birdbath link that I posted my thoughts there..forgot I was visiting another forum. I just might have to go back there. It is a wonderful link. Good info, pics, and reading. Thank you for sharing - Marylee

RE: Homemade Birdbaths

VERY the one with the little frogs sitting in a circle!

RE: Homemade Birdbaths

Very cool! TFS all the good instructions & pics! The most problematic part for me would be having the bowl attached permanently here in IA winters...would need covered since very heavy to move. Love 'em! Jeanne S.

RE: Homemade Birdbaths

I got the blue birdbath bowl at Garden Ridge ($9.99). Others have made the birdbath using glazed saucers that you purchase separately for glazed pots - also available at Garden Ridge - and probably lots of other places. Garden Ridge has them in a variety of colors and sizes, ranging from $7.99 to $14.99 (I think).


Here is a link that might be useful: Garden Ridge Store Locator

RE: Homemade Birdbaths

I gotta make one soon.

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