Brighten up your day with our delicate Narcissi Garden Water Feature, a beautiful item which adds style and elegance to your home or garden. As the water flows from flower to flower, feel the tension just pour away. At night, this stunning creation gets even more eye-catching as the LED lights add a new dimension to your water feature. Thanks to the self-contained nature of this item, there's no need to purchase an additional reservoir, making it simple to set up, with no fuss or bother.
The delicate leaves and stems of this narcissi inspired water feature are slim and beautiful, reminiscent of the plants themselves. The attractive arrangement acts as both a water feature and brings an extra bit of greenery to your home or garden.
LED lights add a spectrum of light to your water feature, especially at night as the water catches the light. The gentle fall of water from flower to flower will glitter in the glow, and show you a new facet to your water feature.
Please note: Pebbles are not included.
The mains power on this water feature has a 10m cable, which means that it can be easily placed anywhere you need. The built-in reservoir means no need to bury anything and no need to dig up your garden; simply place, and begin enjoying your purchase. This water feature can also be used inside, leaving you spoilt for choice as to where you can place it.
Galvanised steel is a hard-wearing material, specially treated to help avoid corrosion, ensuring that you get the maximum life out of your product. The finish is durable and difficult to scratch, meaning your water feature will look good for the duration of its life.
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Reviewed Sunday, 4 September 2016
"This was bought as a present and is enjoyed very much by the recipient."
Reviewed Monday, 20 July 2015
Reviewed Sunday, 12 July 2015
"Just as it looks in the picture, lovely!!!!"
Reviewed Monday, 18 May 2015
"Better product than shown in the picture very pleased, works remarkably well"
Reviewed Tuesday, 30 December 2014
"I really liked this water feature of the narcissi and have had really good comments from friends who have seen it"
Reviewed Monday, 26 May 2014